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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Re: Hi, looking for answers re. diabetes

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On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 6:48 PM, Shelia Chughtai <theveil4u@yahoo.com>wrote:

> Peace Be Unto You:
>
> A lot of things can affect our diabetes. Things such as diet,exercise,
> stress, other illnesses as well as other
> medications. Don't get too upset over it. It happens...I too am diabetic.
> I am a type 2 diabetic. I suffer
> sometimes from inflammation. Exercise and less stress along with my diet
> is helping me with that.
>
> It takes time. I have been living with diabetes for over 10 years now.
> When I had my last child, it
> came along for the ride. Natural foods are indeed healthy for you. How we
> prepare our foods is
> just as important as how natural our foods are. We as diabetics have to at
> times stay away from
> a lot of breaded foods as this can be very unhealthy for us. Grilled,
> baked, broiled, etc..and
> even fresh fruits and vegetables are good for us. We can eat healthy yet
> still have high blood
> sugar as our body just does its own things. Just try to balance out the
> metabolism with exercise,
> meditation, a few herbal teas if necessary. I hope that your partner will
> be ok. Live, Love and
> take care of each other.
>
> Peace,
>
> Shelia
>
> From: montse gallardo/monsie pickles <montilor@yahoo.es>
> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Saturday, February 9, 2013 8:31 PM
> Subject: Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Hi, looking for answers re. diabetes
>
>
>
>
> Hi Fay
> I know the problem of being too thin, my partner is too thin, the poor
> man. He'll soon have treatment for the adrenal glands/thyroid and
> hopefully we'll solve his problem. Like you, we do not want to take any
> medications whenever possible.
> Anything you eat that does not contain sacarose, glucose, maltose, lactose
> (sugar in milk/dairy products) is good for you (and me!), in fact for
> everybody. Fructose is the sugar in the fruit. That sugar, I do not
> know... I am not sure. In my case, I lost my interest in eating fruit as
> for commercial purposes they fiddle with it too much and I find there is no
> real taste in the fruit. I feel and look young, but I was born many years
> ago and I remember how tasty the fruit was all thos years. I only eat a
> small apple/day sometimes, a banana, tomatoes, not too many. Of course one
> must not eat white flour. (White bread, cakes, donoughts, scones etc etc
> etc). Never, ever drink soft drinks, coca cola etc. Cough syrup, check the
> sugar in it.
> I am telling you all what I know. I have done all this for years, and yet
> my glucose is too high for my liking. I do not know if your adrenal
> glands/thyroid are working well, in my case, because the thyroid is slow, I
> have some fat around my waist line, which is no good, I do not mean
> estetically, but for the health. You probably know all about that.
> I'd like you to tell me things you know, so, we can share...
> Have a nice day. I live in Queensland, east Australia. Where do you live?
> I hope you are not in the North East of USA... (I cannot make the fonts
> smaller, my pc is playing up.
> I write big because I have macular degeneration, then I make it small
> before sending it. Today, it does not allow me to do it...)
> monsie
>
>
>
> --- On Sun, 10/2/13, minchenden mailto:auvillar%40verizon.net> wrote:
>
> From: minchenden mailto:auvillar%40verizon.net>
> Subject: Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Hi, looking for answers re. diabetes
> To: mailto:AlternativeAnswers%40yahoogroups.com
> Received: Sunday, 10 February, 2013, 10:06 AM
>
>
>
> Thanks so much, Monsie.
> I am already too thin, so need actually to put on weight,but with foods
> that are OK
> for diabetics. Do you have any ideas?
> I am glad to share with you, and others in this situation. I know stress
> is a
> contributor, and I am determined to 'beat' this, hopefully not to get onto
> diabetic medicines.
>
> Very pleased with this alternative site. Happy to hear from you. I don't
> know your
> email address, but if we can exchange, that is good too.
>
> Fay
> mailto:fab26%40Columbia.edu
>
> From: montse gallardo/monsie pickles
> Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2013 1:49 PM
> To: mailto:AlternativeAnswers%40yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Hi, looking for answers re. diabetes
>
> Hi Fay
> Look, I am the same, perhaps not as close to you to become a diabetic. I
> think, that meditation, exercise, eating the right food, not taking extra
> sugar, only complex carbohydrates, all that is very good. I read just
> yesterday that to loose some weight, it doesn't have to be a lot but just
> 'loose'. is very good. I am not very overweight, only 6 ot 7 kilos. I have
> a problem with the thyroid. At present I cannot take T3 yet, as soon as I
> take it, I hope it will help me with 'just go down'; my fat is around the
> waist, which I do not think it will go down there, it would be nice if it
> does... I do all the other things listed above, it is only the bit about
> 'losing'.
> Does it make sense? Does it apply to you?
> :et me know!
> good luck
> monsie
>
> --- On Sat, 9/2/13, minchenden mailto:auvillar%40verizon.net> wrote:
>
> From: minchenden mailto:auvillar%40verizon.net>
> Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Hi, looking for answers re. diabetes
> To: mailto:AlternativeAnswers%40yahoogroups.com
> Cc: "Avril Brenig" mailto:auvillar%40verizon.net>
> Received: Saturday, 9 February, 2013, 4:00 PM
>
> Hi Everyone,
> I enjoy all of your posts. I was recently borderline
> diabetic, now am 'really' diabetic. I want to know
> ways to combat this, reverse it if possible, naturally.
>
> So far, I have controlled it just with diet and exercise,
> and just recently it seemed to get higher, possibly due
> to stress. When I see my diabetic doctor at the end of
> February, it may be he will want to put me on medications
> which I do not favor unless really necessary................
>
> I do meditation, and I always like to explore alternatives.
>
> Any good ideas or experience that can help?
>
> Thanks in advance for any of your suggestions,
>
> Fay
> mailto:fab26%40Columbia.edu
>
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