No More Popeyes Fried Chicken...
Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:04 AM
I had to let go one of my favs since I was growing up , the spicy fried chicken from Popeyes. So, I decided to binge on 6 wings yesterday and a small mash potatoes with gravy, after 2 hours I was sitting still in front of my computer and boom my heart started racing and became instantly light-headed. My heart rate settled down after an hour after the episode but returned within the same hour again. I pretty much know it was the extremely sodium shock that I experience that produce the eventual spike. I bought low sodium bacon from oscar meyers today and will cut the high sodium foods out of my diet. Was a wake up call...
Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:01 PM
Dx. 2003 6.3
2009 - 5.7
2010 - 5.6
2012 - 5.7
2014 - 5.6 (February )
2014 - 5.9 (September )
VLC - No Meds
Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:58 PM
You could search on the internet and I am sure you can find the ingredients to re-create PopEyes at home using Soy.
Posted 20 March 2010 - 04:12 PM
Novolin N 11 units Am and 11 at dinner
D3 50,000 every week
So 1 Adrenal Gland in me
A1C was 7 Oct/09
A1C is 6.8 Mar/10
A1c was 7.1 July/10
Posted 20 March 2010 - 04:31 PM
[B]Jan A1c 6.3/B]
Jul 09 ... C-pep 1.3, GAD-65 > 30
Mar 10 C-pep 2.8 (20 g carb); GAD 3.2
dx 02/09 in DKA
Levemir 12U per day; novolog PRN TDD ca 16U
MetforminXR 1000 mg BID
Ramipril 5 mg
T4 112 mcg
Vitamin D3, 4000 IU
Eating 20 - 45 g carb per day ovo-lacto-vegetarian
Walking 30 min 6x week
Posted 20 March 2010 - 06:30 PM
Presently taking: Hyzaar for blood pressure:
Novolog and Lantus for diabetes.
Welchol for cholesterol and diabetes
Mega-Red Omega-3 Krill Oil (300 mg)
Mega-Red D3 (5000 IU)
I was diagnosed in 2003...
(The human body is so resilient that no matter how badly you abuse it, it will still last you a lifetime.)
Posted 21 March 2010 - 02:08 AM
You guys can check it out like I did at calorieking.com. That website was a God-send and super informative.
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