Re: ADA's advice on working sweets into our diet
- From: Kurt <kurtwheeling1965@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2010 12:24:38 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 13, 10:11�am, Susan <su...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Paul L wrote:
The ADA helps us work sweets into our diet:
� 1.. Your first step is to identify the carb foods in your meal. Bread is a
� 2.. You decide to swap two slices of regular bread for two slices of
low-calorie bread (with � the carbohydrate) and have the cookies-it's an
� 3.. Your total amount of carbohydrate remains the same for the meal.
OK, how many type 2s here have two slices of regular bread with a meal ?
Those who follow the ADA dietary guidelines. If you're hospitalized, the
dietary dept. will, by following those, bring a diabetic juice, cereal,
toast or waffles with syrup for breakfast. �But little fat.
Another lie from Susan.
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