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low carb snack bars
    snack bars
  • A place where snacks are sold
  • (snack bar) usually inexpensive bar
  • (Snack Bar) Located in the Student Center, it’s the closest place to eat when the dining hall isn’t open and features a large menu ranging from traditional pub food (nachos, burgers, jalapeno poppers, etc.) to panini made with local ingredients.
  • (Snack Bar) An area within a residence that accommodates small food preparation appliances, such as a toaster, microwave, and refrigerator and may include a small wetbar-type sink, but not a full-sized refrigerator, stove, or food preparation area.
    low carb
  • Low in carbohydrates
  • Low-carbohydrate diets or low-carb diets are dietary programs that restrict carbohydrate consumption usually for weight control or for the treatment of obesity. Foods high in digestible carbohydrates (e.g.
  • Low-carb jerky products are those containing 3 grams of carbohydrates or less per serving size. The Jerky.com homepage features a section of products that fall into this category.
low carb snack bars - Think Thin
Think Thin Low Carb Bars BROWNIE, Case of 10/2.1 OZ
Think Thin Low Carb Bars BROWNIE, Case of 10/2.1 OZ
Think Thin Low Carb Nutrition bars are a part of the healthy low carb lifestyle. With only 3 grams of carbohydrates, sugar free, wheat and gluten free, it fits in perfectly with a low carb diet program. Think Thin can be a meal replacement when you are on the go or a quick snack in between healthy meals. Think Thin Bars help the body and mind work together for complete health, fitness personal well-being. With Think Thin Low carb nutrition bars, diet becomes good tasting nutrition to help you attain your weight loss and healthy lifestyle goals.. Sugar Free . Wheat Free . Gluten Free . Lactose Free . Includes Ginkgo Biloba . Only 3 grams of effective carbohydrates . Sweetened with Maltitol .

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You're having a hypo?? What's that then??
You're having a hypo?? What's that then??
04.06.10 Today's lesson is on hypoglycemia......are you sitting comfortably??!! So what is hypoglycemia (a hypo)? - It's what is known as a 'short term' complication of diabetes which is when a persons blood sugar levels (the amount of glucose in the blood) drop below 4.0 mmol/L. Causes of a hypo - There are a number of reasons why blood sugar levels can drop below 4.0 mmol/L, such as having taken too much insulin, missing a meal or snack, not eating enough carbohydrate, strenuous exercise or drinking too much alcohol, but then again, sometimes there is no clear reason why it happens. Signs/Symptoms of a hypo - Not everyone has the same symptoms of a hypo, they can vary from person to person but the most common symptoms that people may experience are: an intense feeling of hunger, trembling and/or shakiness, sweating, anxiety or irritability, going pale, fast pulse or palpitations, tingling of the lips and blurred vision. The warning signs that I tend to get are the intense hunger which I describe as wanting to eat anything and everything I can get my hands on (as long as it's full of sugar of course), shakiness, sweating and feeling very very hot, feeling very weak with "jelly legs", blurred vision, struggling to concentrate, difficulty in getting my words out and sometimes irritability. All of these things combined can be very scary and really not nice at all as you just feel so out of control (well, I do anyway, I know everyone has slightly different symptoms and ways of describing how a hypo actually feels for them). Ok, so it's an excuse to stuff my face with treats but I'd rather not have the hypos to be honest!! Immediate Treatment - A hypo needs to be treated as quickly as possible as there is a danger of blood sugar levels dropping lower and this can result in unconsciousness or fitting. According to Diabetes UK, the immediate treatment should be "10 - 20g of a short-acting carbohydrate such as: a glass of Lucozade or non-diet drink, three or more glucose tablets, five sweets, e.g. jelly babies or a glass of fruit juice although he exact quantities will vary from person to person". In some cases the hypo may be so severe that you cannot treat it by yourself. If this happens someone will have to help you by putting GlucoGel (or treacle, jam or honey) on the inside of your cheeks and gently massaging the outside of your cheeks. If you are unconscious, Glucagon can be injected if the person you are with has been trained to use it. Otherwise the people you are with should call an ambulance immediately. Glucagon causes blood glucose levels to rise within 10 -60 minutes after it has been injected. Family and friends need to be made aware that if you are unable to swallow or you are unconscious, you should not be given anything by mouth (including GlucoGel, treacle, jam or honey). If you are unconscious, you should be placed in the recovery position (on your side with your head tilted back) so that your tongue does not block your throat. Thankfully, I have only ever had one really serious hypo. I was about 11 at the time (about a year or so after diagnosis) and I can clearly remember what happened - it was near to Christmas and it was the day I was taking my friends presents into school, I was going downstairs carrying all the presents when all of a sudden I collapsed on the stairs dropping the presents all over the place. The next thing I remember is drifting in and out of consciousness in the kitchen with my Mom putting GlucoGel into my mouth and my Dad standing over me with the Glucagon injection ready.......that's all I can remember about the whole thing. Obviously it was really scary but it must have been totally terrifying for my parents having to deal with that for the very first time and I can't imagine how they must have felt (in fact I must remember to ask them about it to see what they remember about it). Follow Up Treatment - After the initial short acting carbohydrate it is important that you then have some long acting carbs, e.g. toast, cereal, plain biscuits or milk to stabilise and maintain your blood sugar levels at a normal level and to prevent your blood sugar levels dropping again. Hypos and Other Stuff - Exercising can lower your blood sugar levels which is why it is important to eat some carbs before, possibly during and also after you have exercised. Hypos could happen up to 36 hours after strenuous exercise so you might need to adjust your medication or carbohydrate intake to compensate. You should always test your blood sugar levels before you drive. If you get any of your usual hypo warning signs you should stop the car as soon as it is safe to do so and treat your hypo in the usual way. You shouldn't start to drive again until you are sure your blood sugar levels have gone back to a normal level. Drinking lots of alcohol makes a hypo more likely to occur. The signs of a hypo can be similar to those of being drunk. Always have something t
Ready for school tomorrow...(MAR31;D57)
Ready for school tomorrow...(MAR31;D57)
The only thing missing in my awesome Jonas lunch tote :D: Gogurt or Apple/peanut butter snack pack whichever one I feel like in the morning. Since it's refrigerated and I don't pack it till the morning :) I always write the amount of carbs on my stuff with a sharpie. mostly because we buy those things in big packs and then it never says the nutrition info on the indivdual wrappers but only on the big box...and also because sometimes I'm too lazy to search for the little numbers LOL (like the cereal bar actually has the chart on the back). I have had people laugh but hey...they can also just shove whatever they want when they want into their mouths and don't have to worry about anything. this works for me, so it is all good :)

low carb snack bars
low carb snack bars
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