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The Diabetes Nazi and Subtypes

June 2, 2019



What is the Sugar Nazi?

When you have type-1 diabetes and discipline yourself to not do sugar although to the best of your intentions, sometimes you fail. Yesterday, I cracked up. I had to eat a whole small container of Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies, which are my favorite go-to snack when I need caffeine. Also last night I realized that my Nutella Breadsticks snack had been a go-to caffeine boost since I was not asleep until 10:00 p.m. last night or later. I’d had the chocolate at like 10:00 a.m. in the morning. The no-chocolate life style suits me.

The Medication Nazi

I’m strict with my meds. No missed doses. It is how I’m functional at all. I remember what life was like without medication. It was torment. I felt like I was being tortured when my family failed to come through with giving me medication. Life sucks without meds to the point where I’d say hell on earth is having an untreated mental illness. After I met other people through NAMI, I can honestly say that I feel like I’m able to say this since I know people who can relate to that.

And the Diabetes Nazi

The Diabetes Nazi is a type of Nazi who can keep your glucose perfect. This is the sort of Nazi that knows how to force you to check your blood sugar. A diabetes Nazi is going to keep a tight lid on blood sugars, as well as be the driving force within you that keeps you away from sugar. I use stevia in any sugar-free driven cooking situation I need to use sugar. Stevia brown sugar is similar to brown sugar, and I’m planning on getting both brown sugar, as well as stevia to practice my cooking with. I am training myself as a cook at home.

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