I have been transitioning into a plant based vegan lifestyle for a few weeks now and it´s been good with a few hick ups naturally. I feel allot better then I ever did on a lowcarb diet, which is what´s often recommended for diabetics in this country. Could feel the energy after just a few days and I can feel something that is getting closer to a healthy outlook on food and eating, which I haven´t had for years and years. I haven´t really talked about my eating issues, though I probably should. I just feel that I can get better help out in the world, by hearing others stories and doing research on my own.
Beautiful sunset from last night in Tønsberg <3
I have the last week or so, been having little or no appetite, so it´s been a challenge to just get food down some days, which is not like me at all. I still go for the right foods most of the time, and I´m sure my appetite is back before I know it.
One of the other upsides to eating this way is that I from day 1 have cut my insulin injections with almost 30% and that is without any added activity then what I do now that I´m injured in my knee. This to e says it all. I can eat carb… CARBS and still cut my insulin. Why is this not recommended to diabetics all over he world is my question.
My favorite go to meats for dinner are, vegan sushi, and rice paper rolls. I just love it.
Food by Berentzen