are collards/kale safe under FODMAPs diet? I'm thinking about going nuts with those because cooked veggies are so much nicer to me than raw. Plus I can get more bacon in with those
Fasting BS: 122. Not terrible, considering I had a bunch of walnuts after dinner. mmm soo gooood...
It's Friday, beginning of my weekend! I'm going to do some laundry, clean up around the house while I wait for the UPS man to deliver my insulin pump! I decided to have it sent on a day I'm home because it would be CRAZY stupid to leave a $10000 package on the front porch. Not that they would; I'm pretty sure someone has to sign for it.
Breakfast was pretty good! Since I had time to make it tasty. Here's what I did, yo:
diced chicken (50g of protein's worth!)
mixed cream and grated parmesan in a bowl with himalayan salt and a dried herb blend (tarragon, dill, marjoram, etc) and covered the chicken with it.
Lunch, can't lie, will probably do the coffee/cream thing again. I'm liking it, and it's making me feel pretty good until dinner -- no carbs in it, just fat; yummy yummy faaat.
Dinner -- hopefully I can go to the store and get some vegetables. Cross your fingers for my package to come early in the morning so I'm not under house arrest all day. Especially since I'd like to go to yoga this afternoon.
Type 1 Diabetic. Controlling blood sugar through primal life.
Maintain A1c of 6.0 or lower
More dietary fat, less carbs, moderate protein
LHT and sprint as per PB fitness