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No I didn't test before eating.


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No I didn't test before eating.



How much did you eat portion wise? And did you test at 45 min to 1 hour
after?

Cheri

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No I didn't test before eating.


Then your test is kind of useless. Huh!


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My fbg this am was 98, I think my meter runs kinda high, I did a control
test and it was 119 and normal was 94-129. Peas are very good for you.

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My fbg this am was 98, I think my meter runs kinda high, I did a control
test and it was 119 and normal was 94-129. Peas are very good for you.


What do you mean that you did a control test? What does that mean? Do you
have one of those old fashioned meters with the control solution? When I
had that kind, I found that doing it was useless.

Why are peas very good for you?




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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.

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http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?t...dspice&dbid=55

I did it fer u

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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.


No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does not.
And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim. It's up to
you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use Swagbucks.


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http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?t...dspice&dbid=55

I did it fer u


Well... Doesn't look like they are outstanding or anything. And lowers
diabetes risk? Didn't do it for me. I am a legumaholic.


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"Colt T" wrote in message
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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.


No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does not.
And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim. It's up
to you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use Swagbucks.



I've never seen a meter yet that doesn't come with control solution.

Cheri



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"Cheri" wrote in message
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"Julie Bove" wrote in message
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"Colt T" wrote in message
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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.


No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does not.
And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim. It's up
to you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use Swagbucks.



I've never seen a meter yet that doesn't come with control solution.


The Bayer Contour doesn't. Been using it for years!

http://www.bayercontour.com/Blood-Gl...toring/Contour


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"Cheri" wrote:

"Julie Bove" wrote in message
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"Colt T" wrote in message
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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.


No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does not.
And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim. It's up
to you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use Swagbucks.



I've never seen a meter yet that doesn't come with control solution.


I've seen meters that use control solution but don't come with it. Used
to be a meter came with pricker, lancets, control solution (sometimes
two, one for high glucose concentration, and one for low concentration),
and a substantial number of strips. Now there are fewer strips and if
you want the control solution you have to order it separately.

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"Julie Bove" wrote in message
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"Cheri" wrote in message
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"Julie Bove" wrote in message
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"Colt T" wrote in message
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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.

No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does
not. And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim.
It's up to you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use
Swagbucks.



I've never seen a meter yet that doesn't come with control solution.


The Bayer Contour doesn't. Been using it for years!

http://www.bayercontour.com/Blood-Gl...toring/Contour



I'll take your word for it. I've never had a meter yet that didn't, but I
don't have the Contour.

Cheri

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"Cheri" wrote:

"Julie Bove" wrote in message
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"Colt T" wrote in message
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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.

No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does
not.
And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim. It's
up
to you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use Swagbucks.



I've never seen a meter yet that doesn't come with control solution.


I've seen meters that use control solution but don't come with it. Used
to be a meter came with pricker, lancets, control solution (sometimes
two, one for high glucose concentration, and one for low concentration),
and a substantial number of strips. Now there are fewer strips and if
you want the control solution you have to order it separately.


As if the strips weren't a big enough rip-off, they now sell the control
solution separately. Just great.

Cheri

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"BlueBrooke" wrote in message
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On Wed, 3 Oct 2012 17:40:07 -0700, "Cheri"
wrote:

"Alice Faber" wrote in message
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In article ,
"Cheri" wrote:

"Julie Bove" wrote in message
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"Colt T" wrote in message
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It's a Bayer Breeze 2 meter, I think all meter come with control
solution. Look up peas nutrients at Google and click on the wh foods
page, it may be the first link.

No. All meters do not come with control solution. The Contour does
not.
And no, I am not going to Google anything. You made the claim. It's
up
to you to prove it. I don't get paid to Google. I use Swagbucks.


I've never seen a meter yet that doesn't come with control solution.

I've seen meters that use control solution but don't come with it. Used
to be a meter came with pricker, lancets, control solution (sometimes
two, one for high glucose concentration, and one for low concentration),
and a substantial number of strips. Now there are fewer strips and if
you want the control solution you have to order it separately.


As if the strips weren't a big enough rip-off, they now sell the control
solution separately. Just great.

Cheri


Hey, Cheri!

The first meter I bought didn't come with control solution, but when I
went *back* to the pharamacy (a 40+ mile drive, oh joy! LOL!) they
did give it to me free. I only got one meter that actually came with
it, I think. Since then, though, it's been the Relion meters and I
don't remember control solution being in the package, but it's been
years since I bought a new one. :-)

Big help, I know. LOL!



I've had 3 or 4 different name brand meters and they all came with the
control solution, but I believe I only ever used it one time to check. I
can't remember if the Relion or Tru-Track came with it or not, but probably
not.

Cheri



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