Re: [IPk] DAFNE and fruity free foods...
Female and proud of it.
About DAFNE...not dissing it by any stretch of the imagination. If it helps
us live like human beings and not some bunch of weirdos forever whipping out
weighing scales, I'm all for it. My next T-shirt logo: Diabetes Does Not
Have To Be Dreary.
Informed DAFNE can be a pretty good addition to the diabetes health care
routine, but not as a stand-alone alternative to pumping.
Here's to happy pumping!
>From: Pat Reynolds <email @ redacted>
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: Re: [IPk] DAFNE and fruity free foods...
>Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2006 20:13:26 +0100
>In message <email @ redacted>, Seos Ni
>Niallain <email @ redacted> writes
> >Yeah, interesting about lite, or maybe even lightening up. I get the
> >that DAFNE is intended to loosen us up from fear/ritualised behaviour of
> >obsessively weighing everything.
>Odd, that, I got the impression that DAFNE was putting the maths back
>into diabetes care, after decades of "healthy eating" being the
>I think you have some really thoughtful insight into the nature of the
>so-called 'obsessive' behaviour from which we are supposed to be given
>"freedom". The difficulty is, while I can easily see the difference
>between a museum curator and someone with an obsessive-compulsive
>disorder when it comes to hand washing (just watch how the behaviour
>changes at the weekends!), it's difficult to tell the difference between
>someone obsessive with carbohydrate counting and someone for whom it's
>'part of the job'. Not the only reason it would be great if you could
>take a 'diabetes holiday'!
>(still wondering about your gender: you tell me yours, I'll tell you
>email @ redacted
> "It might look a bit messy now,
> but just you come back in 500 years time"
> (T. Pratchett)
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