- From: Nick Cramer <n_cramerSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 12 Jun 2009 03:30:24 GMT
Alan S <loralgtweightandcarbs@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Alan Mackenzie <acm@xxxxxx> wrote:
I wouldn't expect the massive amounts of testing to help for people
who don't have good instructions on what to do with the results of the
tests, and good instructions seem to be rare outside this newsgroup.
Clearly not. The question is: does massive amounts of testing help
those who do have a clue what to do about the results? Where's the
It's like anything else. Good advice improperly applied is
wasted advice. The advice or the technique is not at fault,
the application is.
I don't consider that I have done massive amounts of testing
but I have certainly done more than the average type 2
diabetic. For me, as a study of n=1, the evidence is given
to me every time I see my doc and discuss my health.
He was originally wary of my methods. Now he suggests some
of them to his patients. Including testing.
My diabetician has always been very proactive with me. He prints out my BG
readings since I last saw him. If I don't test for several days, he asks me
about it. If I spike, he notices that I continued testing 'til I'd passed
the peak and asks me how much of what I ate to cause it. I'll bring my
glucometer to Saturday's celebration at the ristorante. ;-)
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