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Best Choices At Olive Garden For People With Diabetes

There are lots of good choices at Olive Garden, whether you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, or are just looking to follow a well-balanced diet to maintain your overall health. Here are six tips to help you make the best choice. Q: What are good choices at Olive Garden for people with diabetes? -Anonymous Reader A: There are lots of good choices at Olive Garden, whether you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, or are just looking to follow a well-balanced diet to maintain your overall health. Follow these tips to make the best choices: Use HealthyDiningFinder.com as a resource to find dietitian-approved menu items at Olive Garden. Olive Garden’s Healthy Dining page lists lots of options, all of which meet strict criteria for calories, fat, and sodium. Choose whole grain pasta options when available to increase your fiber, vitamin, and mineral intake. Fiber helps increase satiety, helps regulate your digestive system, and may help to lower cholesterol levels. Choose dishes with plenty of vegetables. Again, fiber is a key benefit here. Vegetables also offer lots of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals, with few cal Continue reading >>

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  1. Jeanette Terry

    good breakfast cereal or granola?

    I love breakfast cereal, but I am having a hard time finding one that doesn't make my blood sugar spike mid-morning. Is there even any out there? If you have found any cereal or granola that you like that doesn't spike your blood sugar I would love to know what it is.
    Thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    Love the yes no answer anyone gets online. Whatever happened to just do this you will be ok. But all I find when browsing is you can eat this and be fine, but hen someone else says not it will be bad very bad. So who on here is a truly diabetic cause I know now I will never find answers here and just ingest a lot of sugar thank you for making this all the more confusing

  3. Anonymous

    Isn't it amazing no one answered your question. Only gave their own choices for breakfast. I Have the same question. Does anyone know what the best granola or cereal is best for diabetics?

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10 Things Every Diabetic Should Do

I see a lot of diabetics in my clinic, and unfortunately, I end up diagnosing many new patients every year with this chronic progressive illness. The number of people with diabetes has doubled in the last 15 years, and is expected to reach 48 million by the year 2050. And would you believe these numbers are still underestimated? It is believed that approximately 5.7 million people in the United States are walking around with diabetes without even knowing they have it. What Are the Symptoms of Diabetes? Most diabetics don’t experience any symptoms at all—and that’s why the number of people with diabetes is thought to be underestimated. But for those who do have symptoms, most complain of increased thirst and a frequent need to urinate. The lack of symptoms doesn’t mean the disease isn’t serious—it’s actually quite the opposite. Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness, kidney disease, leg amputations, and nerve damage in the United States. And 65% of diabetics die from a heart attack or stroke, making what is called “cardiovascular disease” the leading cause of death in the United States in both women and men. See also: Do Statin Drugs Cause Diabetes? If left unt Continue reading >>

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  1. ShottleBop

    Six of Eight Hemoglobin A1c Point-of-Care Instruments Do Not Meet the General Accepted Analytical Performance Criteria
    Two of the eight testers (the A1cNow and Quo-Test) did so poorly in the early part of the testing that their makers pulled them out of the rest of the study.

  2. Bountyman

    H'm...when I clicked on "Full Text" to see what the protocol parameters consisted of; whole blood (home tests) versus plasma blood (lab tests) etc. they wanted to sell me the complete article for $15.
    One might wonder why Bayer pulled out. Quote: "Because of disappointing EP-10 results, 2 of the 8 manufacturers decided not to continue the evaluation." I would have pulled out, too. A bad review by anyone is a bad review...true or not.
    Since Clinical Chemistry Online wishes me to pay $15 for that information...I have no informed opinion on this article.

  3. ShottleBop

    Jenny Ruhl posted about the tests in her blog, "Diabetes Update," today. She gives some more detail. I have used the A1cNow test, and it gave me a reading of 5.9 the day before I had blood drawn for a lab test that came up 5.4.

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The 10 Best Things About Diabetes

Living with diabetes is stressful, frustrating and exhausting, and my general response to people who encourage me to find the bright side of diabetes is to want to slap them. Nonetheless, while I’d take a successful pancreas transplant in a heartbeat, there are certain benefits that diabetes can provide. 1. A medical reason to eat cheese I will never be able to eat a cupcake without worrying about its consequences, and I get physically anxious at the sight of pasta. But while diabetes may have taken away my bagels, it has given me the gift of guilt-free cheese. So filling. So low-carb. So delicious. 2. An increased tolerance for needles Being diagnosed with diabetes makes your tolerance for needles go way up. It’s nice to be able to watch someone draw blood or put an IV in your arm without worrying that you’re going to pass out. And if you’re consistent about where you test your blood sugar, you can also benefit from strategically placed calluses – I’m hoping that if I only test on the tips of my left fingers, I might be able to toughen up my skin to the point where I can play the guitar for more than two minutes at a time. 3. An escape hatch for social situations Despe Continue reading >>

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  1. ravenmoon33

    At home A1C tests...Are they worth the cost?

    I have recently been considering purchasing an at home A1C test kit. My last (and only) A1C test was at the doctor's office the day I was diagnosed (April of 2011) and it was 10.6 (which is bad I know). I have since gotten my bg under control and would like to know what my new number is but my doctor is waiting until August to check again. Is the at home A1C test accurate? And if so is it worth the money to buy the test and take at home since it has been 3 months since my last test?

  2. MAYS

    The test are accurate but you should wait until you are tested by your doctor.
    The reason being that if you test your own A1C now and then again in August you may not see a marginal improvement due to the shortness of time between them.
    This discussion may interest you:
    http://www.diabeticconnect.com/discussions/76...
    ~Mays~

  3. Harlen

    Well
    Will your Doc take the test as is or will they order a A1c a0s well
    or do you just wish to know what youe A1c is ?
    If its just for you go for it
    If your 0Doc is going to 0o0rder one0 anyway then I would not
    Best wishes
    Harlen

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