RE: Subject: Re: [IP] very frustrated... Jenny
I have to agree with Virgina on this note.
I too have found that trying to get control for a certain period of time
Really works....I used to need to have good BG to go to the gym, then I
wanted good BG in the morning when I owke up....this one is still a
Over all I found focusing on just those numbers improved the rest of the
On the exercise issue, again I have the same issue or needing to add
One trick that works for many but I haven't dialed it in yet is to
Your basal before and during exercise...I know many many athlete's do
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Subject: Subject: Re: [IP] very frustrated... Jenny
*Virginia Tonning wrote:
*Indeed. I couldn't say it better. I have struggled with control my
life, and just recently have started to make some progress. My best
would be to target a portion of your day, maybe afternoon, or dinner,
and improve one timeframe at a time. Once you have fixed that, you will
amazed at how better you feel, and how less overwhelming it is to fix a
portion than try and look at the whole day at one time.
Also in regards to the excercise comment, I couldn't agree more. It is
frustrating to chug 3 juiceboxs before I excercise...but still trying to
figure that out myself....
I've also been frustrated with eating before exercise. Several packs of
Smarties in a row and too much juice makes me have to go the the
Lately I've been drinking 1/2 a cup of milk with a glug of pancake syrup
2 tb of sugar mixed in. I can down that in just a couple seconds and I
about 40 carbs quick without any fat.
Yessi (current torture instrument: Nordic Track elliptical)
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