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Old 31-10-2004, 05:45 PM
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Cran-Apple Oatmeal


Sounds marvelous, *however* oatmeal shoots my blood sugars way up -
even the old fashioned kind and it not cooked to mush! I can imagine
with the added fruit what it would do to me!

I love the stuff too - great on a cold morning.

Diabetes is *so* frustrating sometimes. Sometimes, heck - 99% of the
time. I just got back from a trip to New Orleans and was unable to
really enjoy the marvelous food down there because most of it would
have spiked my blood sugars something fierce.

Sherry

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Old 31-10-2004, 09:56 PM
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"Sherry" wrote in message
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"Gumbo" wrote in :

Cran-Apple Oatmeal


Sounds marvelous, *however* oatmeal shoots my blood sugars way up -
even the old fashioned kind and it not cooked to mush! I can imagine
with the added fruit what it would do to me!


Sherry, have you tried flaxmeal porridge? I'm currently eating a mix of a
scoop of protein powder, 2-3 desertspoons of flax meal and about 1/4 cup of
berries all mixed with hot water & sweetener for breakfast, tastes great and
doesn't upset the meter at all.

Nicky.

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HbA1c 10.5/6.4/6 Weight 95/81/72
1g Metformin, 75ug Thyroxine
T2 DX 05/2004


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"Sherry" wrote in message
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"Gumbo" wrote in :

Cran-Apple Oatmeal


Sounds marvelous, *however* oatmeal shoots my blood sugars way up -
even the old fashioned kind and it not cooked to mush! I can imagine
with the added fruit what it would do to me!


Sherry, have you tried flaxmeal porridge? I'm currently eating a mix of a
scoop of protein powder, 2-3 desertspoons of flax meal and about 1/4 cup of
berries all mixed with hot water & sweetener for breakfast, tastes great and
doesn't upset the meter at all.

Nicky.

--
HbA1c 10.5/6.4/6 Weight 95/81/72
1g Metformin, 75ug Thyroxine
T2 DX 05/2004


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Old 31-10-2004, 10:32 PM
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On Sun, 31 Oct 2004 08:05:09 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

Amount *****per serving*******


Calories 350
Calories From Fat 36
Total Fat 4 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Cholestrol 5 mg
Sodium 437 mg
**************Total Carbohydrate 64 g****************
Dietary Fiber 6 g
Sugars 35 g
Protein 16 g


Hi Gumbo

You posted it in alt.food.diabetic. Would you mind clarifying what makes
this suitable diabetic fare?

I've highlighted what IMO makes it highly unsuitable.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
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On Sun, 31 Oct 2004 08:05:09 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

Amount *****per serving*******


Calories 350
Calories From Fat 36
Total Fat 4 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Cholestrol 5 mg
Sodium 437 mg
**************Total Carbohydrate 64 g****************
Dietary Fiber 6 g
Sugars 35 g
Protein 16 g


Hi Gumbo

You posted it in alt.food.diabetic. Would you mind clarifying what makes
this suitable diabetic fare?

I've highlighted what IMO makes it highly unsuitable.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
Remove weight and carbs to email.
--
Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.


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"Alan" wrote in message
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On Sun, 31 Oct 2004 08:05:09 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

Amount *****per serving*******


Calories 350
Calories From Fat 36
Total Fat 4 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Cholestrol 5 mg
Sodium 437 mg
**************Total Carbohydrate 64 g****************
Dietary Fiber 6 g
Sugars 35 g
Protein 16 g


Hi Gumbo

You posted it in alt.food.diabetic. Would you mind clarifying what makes
this suitable diabetic fare?

I've highlighted what IMO makes it highly unsuitable.


I was thinking we could all share a serving! Maybe if we passed the bowl
around, each taking one bite and using a spoon suitable for infants, it
would be doable.

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http://mysite.verizon.net/juliebove/index.htm


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"Alan" wrote in message
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On Sun, 31 Oct 2004 08:05:09 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

Amount *****per serving*******


Calories 350
Calories From Fat 36
Total Fat 4 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Cholestrol 5 mg
Sodium 437 mg
**************Total Carbohydrate 64 g****************
Dietary Fiber 6 g
Sugars 35 g
Protein 16 g


Hi Gumbo

You posted it in alt.food.diabetic. Would you mind clarifying what makes
this suitable diabetic fare?

I've highlighted what IMO makes it highly unsuitable.


I was thinking we could all share a serving! Maybe if we passed the bowl
around, each taking one bite and using a spoon suitable for infants, it
would be doable.

--
See my webpage:
http://mysite.verizon.net/juliebove/index.htm


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Old 04-11-2004, 01:57 PM
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"Sherry" wrote in message
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"Gumbo" wrote in :

Cran-Apple Oatmeal


Sounds marvelous, *however* oatmeal shoots my blood sugars way up -
even the old fashioned kind and it not cooked to mush! I can imagine
with the added fruit what it would do to me!

I love the stuff too - great on a cold morning.

Diabetes is *so* frustrating sometimes. Sometimes, heck - 99% of the
time. I just got back from a trip to New Orleans and was unable to
really enjoy the marvelous food down there because most of it would
have spiked my blood sugars something fierce.

Sherry



Old-fashioned oatmeal doesn't seem to affect my BG (even when I add a
handful of fresh blueberries to it). That's fortunate because I love it, so
I have that several days a week. However, I have read that steel-cut
oatmeal is much better for diabetics. I haven't seen any in the grociery
stores, so I am going to check with a health food store "someday." Have you
tried that?

MaryL


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Old 04-11-2004, 03:31 PM
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"MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER wrote in
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However, I have read
that steel-cut oatmeal is much better for diabetics. I haven't seen
any in the grociery stores, so I am going to check with a health
food store "someday." Have you tried that?

MaryL



Nope, after the way the other oatmeal skyrocketed my blood sugars, I
decided to just forget about it....

S.


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