Think of how many times you've felt tired and worn out between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM? After a few terrifying wake up calls and seeing how water reverses the damage, you won't need much coaching to be reminded to keep a glass of water with you as you go about your day. All diabetics need to space their meals throughout the day so as to minimize extreme highs and lows of reversirol levels.
Studies on Clinical Nutrition have reported that vinegar is potent to lower glucose levels of non-diabetic patients. In order to avoid this problem, we should try to avoid sugar. Now, give these same people 2 cups of coffee, or a nice breakfast, and notice what happens.
It's much better then to avoid the reversirol blaster booze and the feeling rotten that comes with it. Now that you have that information, it's time to fix the damage. If you do not have the time and/or inclination for baking bread, try the whole wheat or rye breads you find in the market instead of those made with refined flour. Cooking tip: Instead of boiling the potatoes, baking and steaming them are more beneficial.