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Diabetics Type 2 - I am one!  Rating:  Rating
 
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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2012 12:11 pm
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Serra Moz
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Cool will do mate.

Tnx

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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2012 01:37 pm
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Some very good info. Will definitely use it.

Just need to get to the pc to download the pdf.

Hey SM

I was also diagnosed with type2 Diabetes. Not the end of the world :)

Eating healthier now. Lost a few kg's on the process.

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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2012 07:09 pm
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Knew there'd be lots'a advise. I think doctors know that most will not change the diet so pump the pills for type 2. each has own method so long as the levels are good, but control by diet means no pills, but still check daily!

Found increasing the metabolism by eating smaller amounts much more often helps to stabilize as well.

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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2012 07:25 pm
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I am type 2 as well.
Please do yourself a favor and get hold hold of this book
http://www.patrickholford.com/index.php/shop/bookdetail/975/
Say no to diabetics by Patric Holford.
Excellent explanation of the condition and excellent advice on diet.
I have full control now - It can be reversed 100%

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:01 pm
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Serra Moz
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I feel better already!



Got a few questions, where do I get natural Peanut Butter? Some confusing info I came across about Peanut Butter...any members can fill me in? Firstly I use to eat lots of Peanut Butter - mainly on brown or whole wheat with coffee. Also, it use to be part of my fishing "padkos" box with a flask of coffee or tea.



I have the same question regarding yoghurt? Different opinions I came across. Say for example I limit my yoghurt to Bulgarian +/- 250ml in morning?



What do you guys eat in between (Snacks), since I fairly new and a green member in the D Club, I've been sticking to Pro Vita & Tuna, Rye Bread & Avo. For drinks - Black tea, Cup of Soup(no cream types) and Coke Zero.



I have always liked fruits, so I eat about 4 or 5 (apple/orange) a day. Will dried fruits be a no no?

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:02 pm
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Serra Moz
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Crayfish on the braai with a dash of olive oil? Got a few in my fridge to go....just want to double check.

Last edited on Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:13 pm by Serra Moz

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:17 pm
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You on the right track with the foods you mentioned, as for dried fruit stay away from mango the rest you'll have to eat in small quantities first, then test to see what effect it has after a few hrs. Generally all tropical fruit has a lot of sugar.

I spoil myself with a slice of cake or some treat every month or so, otherwise I will lose my mind lol..

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:18 pm
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Crayfish are VERY bad!! rather send them to me

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:31 pm
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Serra Moz
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Wow, did know crays are bad, was planning on chucking them on the braai tonight...pity.

Same with mango, I have been eating a lot of them. Will keep in mind.

Thanks

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:44 pm
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Serra,
Did you eat a lot of sugar and carbs and drink lots of soft drinks?
Why do you think you got it?

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 03:59 pm
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Serra Moz
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Pylstert, not sure at all? Too be honest I have always been very healthy and it remains an unanswered question for me at this stage. It could be genetic? Not sure as my father passed on when I was still a kid, so I cannot really trace it to any side of the family at this stage. I did like sweet stuff before this incident, however it was well within moderation, the same with carbs, beers and braais....lol

So ja/nee, still trying to figure this one out.

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 04:25 pm
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Pylstert wrote: Serra,
Did you eat a lot of sugar and carbs and drink lots of soft drinks?
Why do you think you got it?

You don't catch it like a decease. You don't get it from eating sugar, however, it is hereditary and/or accelerated by age and being over weight.

@ Serra, I think he was kidding about the crays! Chow em!

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 05:18 pm
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Serra Moz
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LOL....I thought as much, with the caps on " VERY"....But he caught me....

Will have them tomorrow!

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 05:20 pm
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benniejordaan wrote:
Pylstert wrote: Serra,
Did you eat a lot of sugar and carbs and drink lots of soft drinks?
Why do you think you got it?

You don't catch it like a decease. You don't get it from eating sugar, however, it is hereditary and/or accelerated by age and being over weight.

@ Serra, I think he was kidding about the crays! Chow em!

Jammer ek hoop jy verstaan afrikaans as jy nie PM my ek sal dit vertaal. Diabetes sal jy nie kry van te veel suiker ens. Ek was fiks en is al 12 jaar terug een. Pas jou dieet aan en drink wiskey as jy wil en eet bietjie op 'n slag maar meer gereeld. Pas jou voete op NB!! dit is waar jy eerste gevoel verloor en as jy eers daar moeilikheid het dan begin probleme. 20jr gelede het baie D2 leiers sig verloor maar deesdae is dit slegs 1% wat nie geluister het nie. NB dit is nie doodstraf pas slegs jou aas aan as jy ander vis wil vang . Sterkte van nog 'n D2

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 05:44 pm
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Damn Serra, I can see why you're worried, that diabs is going to screw your rum & coke up :o

Some okes reccon it still goes well with this moffie diet coke but that probably only happens after the second bottle of rum.

My wife's bro in law is a diabs, they give him fructose as a sweerner in food, and you get these little sweetner pills you dump in the coffee and tea, so you don't have to go a bitter old man through life from now on.

Someone mentioned you must watch your feet. Take some feet pictures and put them everywhere... so you can watch them :D

I know being overweight is bad especially with diabs on top of it.

Before your body looked after you, now you must look after it, and spare parts gets scarcer and scarcer as you get older.

Exersize is good, (LOL if you can find the right woman ;)) and pulling fish is good too, then after hours gooiing those whiskies (yuk !) is good exersize too.

I'm not diabs as far as I know, but one morning when I got in the office I couldn't read. I tried to talk it right but it didn't work so well either. Totin some of these stupid el cheapo glasses around to read with. It's one of those things, the eyes gets less flexible and does not want to focus so well. At least the brain can still focus on certain things.

One of my older friends got subscription glasses, but the doc sent him the wrong pair. He said he was very impressed the first time he went to the loo, wanted to call the missus right away when he realized they were a x3 too much...

Oh well....

Good luck. The most difficult is the first year.

Then the second year, then the third year... and so on :-D

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 05:54 pm
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Oh and take lots of cheyene pepper in your food. Some of these spices are absolutely fantastic. Google cheyene pepper medical and see what all comes up. Only thing it doesn't do is make one younger ;-)

Cinnamon and some other spices are also excellent, and lemon apparently has 10x more cancer fighting power than the medicine they make from lemons.

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 07:07 pm
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Serra Moz
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Thanks, guys, what's the deal about one's feet?

@ Kallieklip, ek verstaan 100% - ek het nog altyd ok geeet gesondheid gewyse, op die oomblik - eet ek baie vis & slaai, gelukkig het ek nog altyd baie van dit gehou. Dis n bietjie van n aanpassing op die oomblik, maar nie te moeilik nie. Mis n lekker skaap tjop en n ys koue bier...lol Tyd om my mountain bike af te stof! Van wat ek gelees het op die internet, met die regte dieet + oefening, sal alles ok gewees, n mens kan n gesonde normale lewe geniet. Dis wat ek beoog. Whiskey....yes, you are the 3rd person telling me iets ok do have one or 2.

@ Fanie....lol...I am so tired of Coke Zero already, but what can I do...LOL...Done with the R&R for now! A Whiskey (yummy) no exercise...mother's milk for me!

My eyes are cool, just sometimes in the morning it's a bit blurry - was really worried. Also, I do believe it "normalize" later on - so ja, I will have to "watch" this one...lol

Correct about the spices, initially I thought no more hot spices, but my little research and your confirmation is appreciated.

Again, tnx for the input gents

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 07:16 pm
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unfortunately diabetes causes nerve damage especially in the hands and feet therefore the tingling feeling, the feet being the biggest worry due to the fact that you could hurt yourself without even realizing at the time, (my father in law had it so bad that he actually amputated a toe without feeling it)

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 07:28 pm
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Serra Moz
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OK, now I understand the feet part better. I will use my wife's spa thingy, which will promote circulation ect.

Bennie mentioned biltong will be a great snack, another mate here in Maputo suggested the same, however he added I should try and stick to Game Biltong. Anybody know where I can buy some Game Biltong?

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26th, 2012 08:55 pm
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Interesting pointer, just read on a tube of Deep Heat, people with bad circulation or diabetes shouldn't use it...any other "daily" products to watch out for?

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