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Re: [IP] Dietary concerns



You could be so right! I've only known him the last 5 years, and he's just 
always been thin.

I just read this post to him, and he mentioned that his doctor 20 years ago 
mentioned something about having protein in his urine, but didn't say 
anything else. So this could have been brewing for years! He hasn't gone to 
the doctor in years, so who knows!

I don't have anything to test for ketones (shame on me), but I'm going out 
now to get some, just for the record. If he has keytones, that might also 
serve to get the doctor moving on prescribing medicines earlier... like 
Monday would be nice!

Jamie

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "CM Ullom" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, April 19, 2008 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Dietary concerns


> If his sugars are running that high, that right there could be the main 
> cause
> of him to loose weight - just like a type 1 that isn't getting enough 
> insulin -
> is he running high keytones would be something to watch. (alright probably 
> know
> this, didn't have any dietary ideas but this red flag popped up for me)
>
>
> Christene
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Jamie Naessens email @ redacted
>
> Although I'm T1, my husband has just been dx as T2. Unlike most T2s, he's 
> on
> the thin side, and tends to lose too much weight. He's always had to work 
> to
> maintain a healthy weight, and did so by eating a lot - carbs included.
> (snip)
> Despite this his BGs tend to range 180 - 300, but tending to
> stick in the 220-ish area.
>
> What can I do to reduce his carb and fat intake, and still give him what 
> his
> metabolism requires so that he doesn't lose weight? Any resources you can
> point me to?  Suggestions?
>
> Thanks for any help on this one.
>
> Jamie
>
>
>
 >
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