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Re: [IP] No Subject
Figure the carbs in one bisquit and then add that to number of bisquits you
eat- if you have the minimed 507c-508 then do a square wave after you have
counted your other carbs of course-Honestly it isn't that difficult. Go and
enjoy your bisquits and account for them accordingly. The day I got my pump
working my hubby took me and I ate pizza and a Blizzard LOL had such a taste
for that. I still do that once in awhile.
we cannot expect restaurants to understand diabetes and pumping- I'm still
----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 5:11 PM
Subject: [IP] No Subject
> Hey Insulin Pumpers,
> I am sorry that I had to take the action of this Red Lobster matter.
> I got the pump, I was afraid to go to Red Lobster, knowing that place is
> filled with carbs. I have not gone to Red Lobster in 8 years! I loved
> biscuits which I couldn't stop eating. When I got the pump, I was so much
> looking forward to go back to Red Lobster so I can be able to eat those
> biscuits and now this! This really disturbs me by this woman's ignorance
> our needs. And, physicians' duties. This really aggravated me. I will
> certainly let you know and post the response when I get the response.
> dx'd 12/31/92
> pump since 03/21/01
> I would like to address that diabetics need the nutrition information in
> order to administer correct doses of insulin into their body system. I am
> sorry I have to disagree with your letter stating that the physician is to
> contact Red Lobster. The doctors are not responsible for calling Red
> and get the nutrition information for us. It is our responsibility
> we want to eat at Red Lobster, not the doctors. That is not in their job
> description. Mc Donald's did provide me the nutrition information which
> helped me greatly. Red Lobster used to be my favorite restaurant. Now, I
> can't go and eat Red Lobster because I have no idea how much carbohydrates
> Red Lobster's menu. In other words, I am avoiding Red Lobster until I
> there is nutrition information being available.
> You also mentioned that you value our patronage...I don't see it yet! I
> see your value of our patronage when you provide us nutrition information.
> Please take this serious matter into consideration. I'd appreciate it.
> Ms. Chesser
> April 4, 2001
> Dear Mr. Jobe:
> Thank you for your interest in Red Lobster.
> We are constantly making improvements to our menu, whether it be company
> wide or on a regional basis. Due to the differences in our menus and in
> some cases recipes, we are unable to provide accurate, up-to-date
> nutritional information for all of our guests.
> If you need this information because of a medical condition such as food
> allergies, please have your physician or health care provider contact us
> Again, thank you for contacting us. We certainly value your patronage,
> look forward to serving you soon.
> Hospitality Specialist
> <email @ redacted>
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