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    Would you trust these guys with personal advice for T2's ?

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    Would you trust these guys with personal advice for T2's ?

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    Re: Would you trust these guys with personal advice for T2's ?

    Post by graham64 on Sun Oct 19 2014, 22:23

    I think not Mo, recipes based on the criteria from the ADA won't for this T2  be diabetes friendly affraid but would be good business for AsraZeneca


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    Post by mo1905 on Sun Oct 19 2014, 22:27

    I'd be interested to see a personalised programme wouldn't you ?


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    Post by graham64 on Sun Oct 19 2014, 22:42

    @mo1905 wrote:I'd be interested to see a personalised programme wouldn't you ?

    Yes I would, I do know it's based on the USA food pyramid, though to be fair unlike DUK they consider 130g carbs to be ok. Still way to high for me though Shocked


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    Post by Two Collies on Mon Oct 20 2014, 09:00

    As a test I setup an a/c specifying no rice/pots/pasta/bread. what comes up a pile of rice dishes affraid
    what do you expect from "Asshole Zeneca"!
    also said on zero meds, asked if I would consider injecting!
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    Post by Paul1976 on Mon Oct 20 2014, 09:06

    @Two Collies wrote:As a test I setup an a/c specifying no rice/pots/pasta/bread. what comes up a pile of rice dishes affraid
    what do you expect from "Asshole Zeneca"!
    also said on zero meds, asked if I would consider injecting!


    Good grief!! Shocked


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    Post by mo1905 on Mon Oct 20 2014, 10:36

    @Two Collies wrote:As a test I setup an a/c specifying no rice/pots/pasta/bread. what comes up a pile of rice dishes affraid
    what do you expect from "Asshole Zeneca"!
    also said on zero meds, asked if I would consider injecting!

    Unbelievable ! Thanks for taking the time to sign up and confirm what we all probably thought anyway !


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    Post by graham64 on Mon Oct 20 2014, 21:16

    @Two Collies wrote:As a test I setup an a/c specifying no rice/pots/pasta/bread. what comes up a pile of rice dishes affraid
    what do you expect from "Asshole Zeneca"!
    also said on zero meds, asked if I would consider injecting!

    No surprises there then Rolling Eyes they are more concerned with profits than our well being, having diabetics on diet only is not something they want to see.


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