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@hopeful33250

Hello @earlyrn

All of us with a diagnosis of diabetes understand your difficulties adjusting to a diabetic lifestyle. As Carol, @retiredteacher, said make sure that you see an endocrinologist and get set up for an appointment with a dietician. A dietician can work with you to develop a good plan for times when you are used to eating foods that are not the best for you. A good dietician can help you prepare for those snacking times and offer you suggestions.

You can also subscribe to Mayo's newsletters about Healthy Diet and Diabetes. Here is one http://diet.mayoclinic.org/diet/eat/how-to-eat-more-and-lose-weight?xid=nl_MayoClinicDiet_20181115,

It sounds as if your activity level is good and that is a big plus for you. Activity is really important to keep blood sugar lowered.

Do you have any other health problems associated with your diabetes? Is your vision and kidney function OK?

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Teresa, I will take your suggestions about seeing a endocrinologist and Dietician.

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