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@Kaylz I’ve found a Scottish site called my diabetes my way. I got the link from the website here. I can’t access it for the life of me. It’s through my scotgov account. Despite changing password and asking for my username it’s blocked me. Apparently, if I ever get into it, will give me my diabetes information. Registered with NHS Scotland to get access to it. I’ve had to get my passport and record a video to see if it’s the same as my passport. A lot of security. Taken a good bit of my sleep time
 
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adrian1der

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This week's menus:
Friday Poulet au Vinaigre (Pinch of Nom)
Saturday Rib eye with Salsa Verde (Fresh Start), Asparagus and Fine Beans
Sunday Roast Pork, Cauliflower Cheese, Runner Beans, Braised Red Cabbage, Cavolo Nero
Monday Beef with Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce
Tuesday Salt and Pepper Ribs (Pinch of Nom Web Site)
Wednesday Cumberland Sausage with Onion Gravy (Dopamine Diet)
Thursday Asian Pork Meatballs (Pinch of Nom Everyday Light)
Friday Smoked Haddock and Spinach Egg Pots (Fresh Start)
 

Pattidevans

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Fabulous varied diet @adrian1der - if you have any leftovers please send them here!
 

Kaylz

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@Kaylz I’ve found a Scottish site called my diabetes my way. I got the link from the website here. I can’t access it for the life of me. It’s through my scotgov account. Despite changing password and asking for my username it’s blocked me. Apparently, if I ever get into it, will give me my diabetes information. Registered with NHS Scotland to get access to it. I’ve had to get my passport and record a video to see if it’s the same as my passport. A lot of security. Taken a good bit of my sleep time
Yeah I've been registered with them since about 2017, not sure of your registering method though, this was the page I applied to register and then received my details in the post I think it was - https://patient.mydiabetesmyway.scot.nhs.uk/Registration.aspx xx
 
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Yeah I've been registered with them since about 2017, not sure of your registering method though, this was the page I applied to register and then received my details in the post I think it was - https://patient.mydiabetesmyway.scot.nhs.uk/Registration.aspx xx
I’ve registered several ways. The NHS refused my application saying my doctor has different details from me in my registration. I’ve registered the way you’ve sent the link and through scotgov and can’t access any of it. Is it worth bothering about?
 

Kaylz

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I’ve registered several ways. The NHS refused my application saying my doctor has different details from me in my registration. I’ve registered the way you’ve sent the link and through scotgov and can’t access any of it. Is it worth bothering about?
using that link you have to wait to be sent the stuff out in the post which took a week or 2 back when I registered and they say i their monthly newsletter that it's taking longer at the moment, you can access your blood work results etc, eye screening results etc, I like it xx
 

grovesy

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using that link you have to wait to be sent the stuff out in the post which took a week or 2 back when I registered and they say i their monthly newsletter that it's taking longer at the moment, you can access your blood work results etc, eye screening results etc, I like it xx
Us in England would like to have this!
 

Kaylz

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using that link you have to wait to be sent the stuff out in the post which took a week or 2 back when I registered and they say i their monthly newsletter that it's taking longer at the moment, you can access your blood work results etc, eye screening results etc, I like it xx
Súper. At least I’ve got access through ScotGov, the video on how to log in is ridiculous as i had to register on Vimeo and not did it.
 
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This week's menus:
Friday Poulet au Vinaigre (Pinch of Nom)
Saturday Rib eye with Salsa Verde (Fresh Start), Asparagus and Fine Beans
Sunday Roast Pork, Cauliflower Cheese, Runner Beans, Braised Red Cabbage, Cavolo Nero
Monday Beef with Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce
Tuesday Salt and Pepper Ribs (Pinch of Nom Web Site)
Wednesday Cumberland Sausage with Onion Gravy (Dopamine Diet)
Thursday Asian Pork Meatballs (Pinch of Nom Everyday Light)
Friday Smoked Haddock and Spinach Egg Pots (Fresh Start)
Sounds lovely. Pinch of Nom was taken from SlimmingWorld members posts. Try YouTube for other recipes. I used to make gluten free cakes but uses a lot of stevia.
 
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My meals were awful yesterday as chronic fatigue from fibromyalgia kicked and new pain management in the last few days. Made up for it tonight and could eat it again. I’ve also made a big pot of lentil soup
 

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Lucyr

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Breakfast Baked spiced plums with fat free natural yoghurt (baked these whilst tea was in last night). 20 carbs.

Lunch Roast veg (potato beetroot carrot shallot reheated from weekend cooking), bit of pork and a slice of frittata from the freezer. 35 carbs.

Dinner cottage pie - base was half extra lean mince and half lentils, topping was root veg mash (potato carrot swede), served with cauliflower cabbage and carrots. Again reheated from weekend cooking. 70g carb.

Will probably have a hot chocolate later on, and maybe an apple or pear if hungry.
 

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Lucyr

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Really bad headache this evening, not sure if because I’ve been having more veg so naturally more moderate carbs or what, that’s normally a sign of not eating many carbs for me but I did have loads of carbs in the lentils in dinner. Bg was ok, i avoided the crisps I fancied and instead an apple with natural peanut butter to dip in sorted it right out.
 

Lucyr

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Not a good eating day today, as i was feeling really ill this morning with another really bad headache and vomiting. It’s so frustrating but this happens whenever I change my diet and especially if I reduce simpler carbs from bread, potato etc. I had pretty much cut those out for the last three days but was eating carbs from veg and lentils etc. I feel way better for a toast based day, but would rather eat better!

Breakfast 2 toast with low fat spread, 3 decaf coffees spread through the morning.

Lunch broccoli&tomato quiche with steamed broccoli. Ready salted crisps.

Dinner chicken and lentil curry with toast (I know weird but I had no rice)

I’ll try eating better tomorrow, hopefully without the side effects
 

Leadinglights

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B: scrambled egg, smoked salmon, slice toast
L: homemade mushroom and stilton soup, ryvita, ham, cheese, tomato, cucumber, Half apple
D: chicken sausages, broccoli, carrots, baked squash, baked apple and cream
 

rebrascora

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B. large glass of water with ACV and balsamic and fibre. Coffee with milk... I'm out of cream until I go shopping,
Creamy natural Greek style yoghurt with mixed summer berries, mixed seeds and a sprinkle of low carb granola.

L. Packet of pork scratchings and half a tub of kimchi. Cup of Red Bush tea with milk

D. Match box chunk of Blue stilton. Glass of water with some Morello cherry flavoured water in it.

Really not hungry yesterday and nothing tempting me in the fridge and I would like to lose a little weight so I am happy to not eat when I am not hungry. So grateful for my basal/bolus insulin system which allows me that flexibility.

B (this morning) Large glass of water with ACV and balsamic and fibre and a dash of diet coke because I am weird and I like the flavour combination!
Cup of coffee with milk.... still no cream.
45g jumbo oats made into porridge with water and a couple of sweeteners. Mixed seeds, a couple of spoons of stewed blackberries and apple, a spoon of peanut butter and a good dollop of full fat creme fraiche.... Not had this combination before but tastes surprisingly good and great texture and will hopefully keep me going all day again.
 

adrian1der

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For anyone in need of ideas, this week's menus are:

Friday Asian Pork Meatballs (Pinch of Nom Everyday Light)
Saturday Chicken, Stilton and Bacon, Asparagus and Fine Beans
Sunday Roast Lamb, Runner Beans, Savoy Cabbage
Monday Spicy Chilli with Green Beans (Dopamine Diet)
Tuesday Provençal Salmon Tray Bake (Loose Weight for Good)
Wednesday Chicken and Leeks with Blue Cheese (Pinch of Nom)
Thursday Keftedes with Parsley and Lemon Salad (Dopamine Diet)
Friday Chicken, Tomato and Mascarpone (Loose Weight for Good)
 

Leadinglights

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B: boiled eggs, slice toast
L: mushroom and stilton soup, ham, cheese, ryvita thin cracker, tomato, beetroot. half apple'
D: trout fillet, stir fry veg. half roll. rhubarb and cream.
 
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