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Old 03-11-2014, 05:11 AM   #61
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I have started to struggle. Could it be possible that over time, even the "good" (aka not processed junk) carbs cause cravings for too many?

Sigh.

I'm thinking about going back to low carb. I'm actually starting to wonder about some of the older theories about food combining (i.e. no fat + carbs, fat only with protein, etc.) I wonder if there is any merit to those theories balancing things out meal by meal?
Nancy (amongst others) is having similar speculations on a thread about her pre-diabetes and eating to her glucose meter.
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Old 03-12-2014, 06:37 AM   #62
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Nancy (amongst others) is having similar speculations on a thread about her pre-diabetes and eating to her glucose meter.
Thank you for this link! I will check out the discussion.
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