Hi, y'all. I went to see my endo a week ago (remember the super lows?) and he cut my levemir by 5 units. It seems to have helped. Then he asked about my Triglycerides and almost fell off the stool when I said 800. He asked what I'd been eating that was not ordinary, and I told him I'd been eating a lot of cheese lately, and he said "No cheese!" A year ago he told me no potato salad, because that's apparently what was keeping my A1c 8.8 (it's 7.2 now)
So have any of you been told by your doctors not to eat a specific food? What was it? Did he/she explain why?
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