That's a good plan, Cathy. I am not diabetic, but I do have reactive hypoglycemia and a sensitivity to carbs, so I have to be careful of my body's cues on when to eat. If I eat a meal filled with quick-burning carbs, my blood sugar spikes, gets flooded with insulin, and crashes, and suddenly I'm ravenous when I shouldn't be. I've solved that by being very aware of what kinds of carbs I consume now. I'm sure being diabetic you are used to watching your carbs. As long as I stick to slow-burning carbs, I can handle just eating when I'm hungry, as you are now doing.
Slow Carb Diet (*Modified), Re-Started 6/14/16 > ----------Slow Carb Diet (*Modified), Started 5/3/15, Met 1/23/16!
*See my modified Slow Carb Diet plan @ Carb-Sensitive Dieting (Thread 5)
164 lbs, Normal Weight (BMI)
= 10 lbs lost; = 5 lbs lost: _____
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