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   Posted 5/12/2007 9:54 AM (GMT -6)   
HI, Ok, I ate one of those Costco Oatmeal Cranberry cookies last night right before bed, and I woke up with a 120 bs (very good for me) not on any meds.  The cookie has 17 grams of carb, 1 gram of fiber, 9 gr sugar, and 2 gram protein.  I know I am not going to be able to keep an endless supply of these cookies, however, maybe the combination is what I should shoot for.  I have tried the peanut butter, without bread, with small bread, neither worked.  I think tonight, If I think of it, I will try some Light Activa yogart and see what happens.  I have tried the regular yogart and it does not work.  But I have had several flukes of my numbers being lower than my average morning numbers.  I know 120 fasting in the morning is not great, but it is low for me.   I do not think I want to go on meds if my morning numbers are the only high ones, tell me if I am wrong here, and why.   I am under the impression if I am keeping my daytime numbers good, I am doing good.  I have yet to go and get this quarters A1C, I have been sick, so I am planning on going Monday.  I have an HMO, and only  have an internist, not and endo, and now my regular doctor is on maternity leave, so I get to see whoever.  The last time I saw my doctor in March, she felt I was doing well with the diabetes.  Thanks, Donna
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