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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Thanks for the quick response....yes...I do understand the 2:00 thing...for me it's between 3-4...and I finally fall asleep right before it's time to get up. How ironic the first person to respond lives near Mayo...I live in the Brainerd/Baxter area. My diabetes healthcare is provided through the VA. I have an appt with that Dr. on the 16th. My experience with dieticians is that I generally know more about how to manage my disease regarding food than they do. I suppose I just need to get my but to the store....and get started. Nanc
  3. Trying to get up the courage to make ONE MORE diet adjustment in my life!!!!!! Gone through the gamet of testing, colonoscopy, endoscopy, ultrasound, CT w & w/out contrast...trying to find the problem I've been having for over two years. I just had a blood draw today, but it doesn't sound like I should hold much hope (or should I say wishfull thinking) in that endeavor. So...here I am...trying to figure out where to start. I live in a fairly small town and I'm not sure where to begin. My diet is already restricted because of my diabetes. I'm on an insulin pump and would really like to hear 1) from anyone who can help me get started, but 2) from other insulin dependent diabetics and how they made the transition. I think after the last few years my doc is ready to give up on me. She told me the only way to know is to try the diet and see if it works. Which after reading postings on this site seems like good advice; however, she didn't give me any real direction. One question I have is how long does it take from when you start the diet until you feel a significant change? Thanks to all and any, Nanc p.s. My maternal grandmother had Celiac's which was misdiagnosed for a number of years.
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