Category Archives: diabetes
About a week ago my morning fasting BG was a whopping 118; I couldn’t believe it. Thinking that it must have been a bad strip or a glitch of sorts, I rechecked and it was about the same. Ditto for … Continue reading
No am I not talking about a kitty cat. In this post I want to cover cataracts. I really don’t like this word; sounds like something creepy straight out from Halloween walking around… can’t even describe. I would much rather … Continue reading
Lately it’s been around 100, give or take. I however found out that the variations have to do with sleeping or not for the full 8 hours at night. Yesterday someone texted me at 4 am which woke me up, … Continue reading
Where do you buy your strips? This is the question of the day. Actually not exactly a question but I was at a loss how else to word it. Am still recovering from a shock at hearing local drugstore prices. … Continue reading
I am of course talking about diabetic test strips that I use on a daily basis. First off, a bit of history. Test strips and meters likewise are an important part of managing diabetes at home. Nowadays we take them … Continue reading
It won’t allow a single misstep. No simple carbs means just that which I found out the hard way when enjoying regular Mountain Dew last month. With it being a lemon-lime flavor, it didn’t even taste like an old Mountain Dew … Continue reading
Today my morning fasting BG was 114. Down from 121. Yay! Doing a happy dance.