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Old 01-13-2014, 11:11 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by GotGarlic View Post
My point is that picking random search results may or may not provide balanced, accurate information. I prefer to choose a few sites I trust, or restrict my search to educational or governmental institutions so I get results based on scientific evidence. I especially avoid sites that seem to be primarily about trying to sell me something based on what their articles say.
I think there's a huge misunderstanding here. I linked one article, yes. But I certainly didn't base my response of off information in one article. If anything, I over-analyze. And sit on what I learn for awhile before coming to any conclusions. Typical introvert / INFP / Virgo kind of information processing.

The link was an example -- merely provided as a jumping off point for someone start doing their own research -- like all good internet savvy and informed people do ... right??

Next time I'll link more articles. ;)


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Old 08-26-2014, 08:33 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by GA Home Cook View Post
Thanks Aunt Bea for the support. For those of you who don't struggle with your weight and Blood sugar, I am happy for you. For those, like me, who do, its a stinking battle. Is trying to cut out all the good breads and pastas fun, no. Low carb works for me. Sorry if that doesn't fit your life style, but I really have no choice. My will power is awful when I am trying to cut down on portions so I can do low carb and actully loose weight. For the comments about pancakes not being low carb, there are several flour replacements out there that are acceptable on low carb. Carbquick is the one I use. Not as good as the Chief pancakes, but pretty good when its all you can have. Thanks for the suggestion Bakechef.
You have to be commended for being so concerned regarding your diabetes. I can understand your battle. As most of us diabetics have done also. I hope you find your way to obtaining your goal. Good luck.

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