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Rules For A Healthier Lifestyle

Ljc

Well-Known Member
Relationship to Diabetes
Type 1.5 LADA
But the use of 'less' for the ones where they mean 'fewer' has sent my blood pressure skyrocketing...:rolleyes::eek:
:D :D

Mine too
And I absolutely can’t stand tea.
More sleep as is more walking is rather problematic too
 

rebrascora

Well-Known Member
Relationship to Diabetes
Type 1
I do... diet Pepsi.
Yes, but we call it "pop" in the UK (at least we used to when I was a child), not soda.
I assumed this was created by an American person or organisation with the use of "soda" and poor grammar, but then they suggest more tea, which is very British!
 

Diabetic Frog

Well-Known Member
Relationship to Diabetes
Type 2
Yes, but we call it "pop" in the UK (at least we used to when I was a child), not soda.
I assumed this was created by an American person or organisation with the use of "soda" and poor grammar, but then they suggest more tea, which is very British!
I think pop is over a certain age, not used it in my lifetime!

It's just a bit of fun, not to be taken too seriously.
Less fizzy sugary stuff- more water
Less sitting around more movement.

@trophywench Same with water into wine... just a bit of fun on a dreary day.
 
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