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gestational diabetes

Just confirmed I have gd and its not a game I have to stop eating sugar and I've been winging off of salt my head is hurting so bad today and it ***** just thought is share that anyone know any good recipes I'm not suppose to eat anything white or wheat...yea how can I even live lol holler
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Omg I'm dreading getting my results back lol! I couldn't live like that! I hope you find some great alternatives!!
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Yea its hard especially because the sugar free gives me headaches but its all gonna be worth it...diabetes runs in my family so I should if been more careful with my eating it saddens me
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It's really not that hard. I felt the same way when I found out. Low carbs and high protein. Stay away from cereal, oatmeal, and starches. You can still have some sweets, just in smaller portions. I'll have bacon eggs and a slice of today for breakfast, chef salad with extra dressing for lunch, steak mashed potatoes and broccoli for dinner. I mean you're still allowed to eat, it's just all about portions and carbs. Good luck.
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You can have multi grain breads something high in fiber helps a lot. Having GD is not that hard. I've been following a not so strict diet and have had great sugar readings because I portion control everything. I'm 37 weeks Wednesday and I will be delivering Wednesday for high BP. I've only gained 10 pounds and they think my baby will be around 6 1/2 pounds at delivery. I'm sure everyone's sugar levels depends on the person my GD might not be a severe case.
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Join the club I have gd also and I'm a girl that love sweets... but I been doing pretty good so far
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Thanks you guys I will take what you all said in consideration
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