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Juliebove

Member Since 22 Dec 2006
Offline Last Active May 08 2014 05:20 PM
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In Topic: Unable To Cook!

18 March 2014 - 01:41 PM

I hope your foot heals sooner rather than later Julie.  From what I understand, healing is slow for people if their blood sugar is out of whack/high.  So, hopefully you will get it back to a normal range and keep it there for a while.  I am kind of surprised you are drinking soda.  Sugarfee soda is better than regular soda for diabetics, but it's not a great thing to drink for other reasons.
 
This forum has helpful people and info for diabetics.  They have a chat section to get answers to questions also.
 
http://www.diabetesforum.com/


And where did I say that I drank regular soda? I never have. Also don't like diabetes forums, thanks. Been diabetic now for about 14 years so I'm no clueless newbie.

In Topic: Unable To Cook!

18 March 2014 - 01:38 PM

Julie- 
 
I have moved this topic from other intolerance to the gab/chat forum as you have repeatedly told us this is not a matter of your food intolerances...simply a need to voice the frustrations caused by your foot injury.
 
Take care...I hope you are back on your feet soon.
 
-Lisa


I did? No. In fact I said it was a matter of that. If it wasn't then I could just send out for pizza or Chinese or eat convenience foods. Whatever. I feel like people just want to argue with me and that sure as heck isn't making me feel any better.

In Topic: Unable To Cook!

18 March 2014 - 01:36 PM

(1) I am a celiac advocate. I do my best to provide honest, truthful and valid information based on CURRENT research.
(2) There are no valid tests for gluten intolerance. Check Pub Med. Check Celiac research center info. Check Science-based medicine articles. 
(3) IgG is NOT the same as IgE-mediated food allergies. They are not the same mechanism in the body. That is just the truth.
 
Read this, please, before you continue to believe in testing that has absolutely no validity.
 
http://www.scienceba...he-science-say/
 
Or not--it's your call. It's your life. I can't make you see what I am saying. 
 
I am not arguing with you either, Julie, but there's no way I am going to let any new member searching for valid info read that "hair analysis is a valid test for gluten intolerance" without speaking up and saying "No, it  isn't. "
 
It seems no matter what anyone says to you, we're wrong. 
Good luck. I do hope your wound heals and you get back on your feet so you can cook once more.
Best wishes to you. 


Again, what we have is not celiac. People have to avoid gluten for different reasons. Anyway... Out of this thread now. This unpleasantness is beyond belief! Pretty much everything I have said has been sniped at or questioned. I don't need this!

In Topic: Unable To Cook!

18 March 2014 - 01:33 PM

Julie,
I am concerned about your wound healing. I am diabetic, a newbie for sure, but I eat to my meter. You mentioned Mexican food. I love it, but I can now only eat the meat and salad fixings. Rice, beans and corn definitely spike my blood sugar level for hours. I urge you to do more research on a very low carb, high fat diet at least until you are healed and your blood sugar is in control. It is not for all diabetics as each person is different, but when faced with a missing limb, I would do it (and doing it now). You can not count on meds or most doctors ( as you have pointed out) to care. Plus, your stomach not emptying is a big problem controlling your blood sugar.
Please read Blood Sugar 101 and learn to take care of your diabetes! Your family needs you!


I take it you don't have gastroparesis. Low carb is the last thing you want to eat. Unless you enjoy puking your guts out which is what I did yesterday. DR. Insists that I eat extra protein and does not care that it is making me sick. But when I puke, up come all of my meds.

In Topic: Unable To Cook!

18 March 2014 - 01:29 PM

Julie- 
 
I have moved this topic from other intolerance to the gab/chat forum as you have repeatedly told us this is not a matter of your food intolerances...simply a need to voice the frustrations caused by your foot injury.
 
Take care...I hope you are back on your feet soon.
 
-Lisa


I did? No. In fact I said it was a matter of that. If it wasn't then I could just send out for pizza or Chinese or eat convenience foods. Whatever. I feel like people just want to argue with me and that sure as heck isn't making me feel any better.