With the summer weather coming, alot of us will have to deal with the extreme heat of summer. Some of us have already have seen temperatures in the 80's and 90's this year in early spring.
I live in the midwest and they are saying this weekend we will be having our temperatures in the low 90's with very high humidity.
(I'm on many medications, that make me refrain from being outside in the sun.)
What I would like to know is when the weather is at it's worst for you, what do you do about eating. Because with the extreme temperatures, I personally do not want to eat. (I also, really don't like to heat the house by cooking.) But, I do consume a lot of liquids.
We all have to check our sugars, and eat accordingly, but those of us that have meal-time insulin, do have to eat.
So, what do you do? Do you eat a light meal? A normal meal? Do you skip a meal?
And if you would like to share, what exactly you would like to make, when the temperatures are extreme.
Any suggestions are welcomed.
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