My blood sugar is still acting weird. I have decided that for now I'm only going to check my fasting. Reason, I think my stupid meter is part of the problem. If I check fasting and it's high I worry about it all day and then no matter what I do it kind of stays up. But that, by no means means I'm going to just eat whatever I want. No way. I'm totally going to follow my plan, such as it is and once my fasting is back down I can check the others. I have not gotten my meem supplements yet, hope I get them soon. Also thinking about glucosol. Anyone had any luck with that supplment?
Ok, now that that's out of the way I wanted to tell you about two new foods I tried and found not only tasty but healthy, or at least carb friendly. Well make that three. The first thing I found was some low carb tortilla chips which only have 16 carbs for 16 chips I think. I don't know what brand they are but they are purple and have no salt. That's ok though because you put stuff on them, which leads me to my second new food. I bought a big container of three layer hummis. For the uninformed, it's mushed up chick peas with all kinds of stuff in them. I think the hummis has 0 carbs. If not 0 then a very very low number. Ok, so the hummis goes well with the purple chips. The third thing I found was to satisfy my quest for lower fat breakfast meats. I absolutely hate turkey bacon. It doesn't taste like bacon. I refuse to eat lunch meat for breakfast. Don't know why it's just weird. I have actually done it before. But call me weird, I just like breakfast meat with my breakfast, though cheese is also good. Anyway, the food is chicken saucage with apples. You can find this, along with the hummis at Sams club. The chicken saucage is very good and has a little bit of a sweet flavor and I swear you can't taste the apples. It only has three carbs per link and it has very little if any fat. So I hope everyone will write back with tasty food that's friendly. I hate cooking so tend to find things I can just grab. Darrell does most of the cooking around here. He's just better and faster. He made some cedar plank salmon last night that was fabulous.
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