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What's the matter with you?…. you want jokes?… cartoons? You want a carnival ride? You think Type 2 diabetes is fun? What's wrong with you? You some kinda weirdo or something? Diabetes ain't fun. It's booooooring! Before I got T2 diabetes I stuffed my face with crap you wouldn't believe - it was wonderful. Now it's dull, dull, dull! Now I can't eat nothin but asparagus tips, asparagus stems, asparagus soup and bean sprouts. My dog eats better than me. As a matter of fact, I couldn't even eat dog food if I wanted to… and you want puzzles? Bah!

Ok, it's not that bad. Many people find that only a slight adjustment in diet is necessary if they already have a healthy diet. Of course, if they already have a healthy diet they didn't get diabetes in the first place. In other words, you have diabetes cause you ate like a pig
(piggy, piggy, piggy…hehe).  If you have hereditary inclinations towards diabetes, I apologize but chances are… you were just a pig… maybe a goat.

Personally, I was a pig. Not that I looked like one. On the contrary, I had a figure like a Greek god, classic features; I was beautiful - magnificent…. A truly superior being in every way. People liked me because I was humble. The pig part is because I ate like one. I ate everything in site, especially if it was sweet or it tasted good with booze. I liked booze.

Anyway, here's the deal. You'll get along a lot better with diabetes if you delete some words from your vocabulary. They are negative words that make you feel as though your life is constrained… as though you've lost, or are being denied, something. They're downer words. They are words like "sacrifice - can't eat - not able to" …. You get the idea. The truth is, except for a few items (humans aren't supposed to eat the crap in the first place), and if you don't make a big deal about it, you'll hardly notice anything missing. Actually, in most cases, they won't even be missing - just stop eating them with a shovel.

Many diabetics, especially
pre-diabetics find that if they adapt  - " normal healthy diet" and "reasonable quantities" - any adjustments for T2 diabetes are almost unnoticeable. Then again, some can only eat asparagus. Life's a bitch.

Now, about this low-carb junk food list.

The products on the list are not meant, and shouldn't be used, to replace healthy foods. Some may actually have unhealthy ingredients - read the labels. Some labels may lie... who knows… up to you. However, they do exist and they are available and some are really tasty - some aren't. They are made to fool you into thinking you're eating something you crave. I eat some of them - some I don't. Some are delicious, some taste like cat shit, at least to me. Some people may, adamantly, declare that you should never eat any of them… those are the natural food purists who I absolutely guarantee have at least one low-carb product in their house… screw em.

Anyway, good luck with your new disease. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

John

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