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I lived in Uk now i struggel i dont no wht to eat i feel always hungry and im type1 diabetic im on insulin now i can eat rice. Pasta. Potetos. bread . Sweet stuff now i tolret every thing i dont no wht to do i dont want to put all back on so pls help me some1[emoji17]

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You need to make an appointment with a qualified Dr. Do you see anyone for your type 1 diabetes? I think your question is out of scope for advice from the internet. Please take care of yourself. Just remember just because you can doesn't mean you should especially as a type 1 diabetic post bariatric patient. Make an appointment! (I say with kindness and concern)

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28 minutes ago, DKR311 said:

I lived in Uk now i struggel i dont no wht to eat i feel always hungry and im type1 diabetic im on insulin now i can eat rice. Pasta. Potetos. bread . Sweet stuff now i tolret every thing i dont no wht to do i dont want to put all back on so pls help me some1

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isn't everything you listed major "no-nos" for diabetics?

A healthy meal plan for people with diabetes is generally the same as healthy eating for anyone – low in saturated fat, moderate in salt and sugar, with meals based on lean protein, non-starchy vegetables, whole grains, healthy fats, and fruit. Foods that say they are healthier for people with diabetes generally offer no special benefit. Most of them still raise blood glucose levels, are more expensive, and can also have a laxative effect if they contain sugar alcohols.

Sounds like you are WAY off what you should be eating for your surgery AND your medical conditions. Find a doctor local to you and get this taken care of. The internet is not the place for this type of issue/question, you need to speak to a medical professional.

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I had a friend with type 1 diabetes and his blood sugar was extremely sensitive. He carried glucose tablets and insulin in a fanny pack with him wherever he was). I believe type 1 is much more difficult to control.

Although you seem to love carbs - and this is coming from a carb-a-holic, but I think most carb lovers will agree, that they tend to make you want to eat more...And it becomes a downward spiral. If you get rid of the carbs and get back on Proteins, your hunger will probably go down a bit.

I had a previous co-worker who lived in Liverpool, and another that lived in Slough.

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