I thought they’d said it’s firmly about the restriction in calories and the resultant weight loss. It doesn’t seem to matter how you get the weight off.A
Another good reason not to change it?
I thought they’d said it’s firmly about the restriction in calories and the resultant weight loss. It doesn’t seem to matter how you get the weight off.
I have an HbA1C test tomorrow (well the bloods being drawn for it) and I’ll get the results next week. I’m not expecting it to be in remission but I’m going to be disappointed if there isn’t some good news from the blood tests.
Mark the advice is generally to do what it takes to drop 15kg. Layered on top of that is the suggestion that the best way to do that is to follow a very low calorie diet - 800 calories is often suggested - and get rid of the sugars in your diet as you do it.Hi Linda,
Can you tell me what you exactly were told to eat and drink including any water and shakes and what food please.
The nurse was stunned. She said I was the first person she’d ever seen reduced it by so much so quickly. She was also flabbergasted by the weight loss.That is an excellent result Colin and reflects all your hard work. I hope the nurse/doctor was suitably impressed and gave you a big pat on the back.
Huge WELL DONE!
I'll keep it going as I'm not finished yet!