Plan B: Stabilizing Blood glucose and Brain Chemicals On the Fly (And Staying away from Sugar!)

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It’s dinnertime, and I am flying home to San Francisco originating from a Houston business trip. The flight attendant is bringing around the service cart and I am about to order… milk. I never drink milk, so the reason why now?

We need to retturn to the way the day started. Thankfully, I’d ordered oatmeal as well as eggs from space service. (This was a selection of years ago, before we all became gluten-phobic.) Breakfast showed up at 7:00; thus far as good.

diabetes pillI was in Houston in January for a meeting called by Sherry. The conference started at 10:00 a.m., to end at 1:00. The return flight of mine was at 2:30 p.m.

Sherry had promised us food. I should were doubtful, since Sherry and Glucofort side effects (https://www.homernews.com/marketplace/glucofort-reviews-does-glucofort-work-what-they-wont-say/) I at one time had dinner in an airport, along with hers was a plate of a plate and white flour pasta of white rice. The only food in the conference were donuts, Danish pastries, M&Ms, Halloween-size chocolate bars, soft drinks as well as coffee. No refreshments many people feel, thank you.

At 1:00, a number of us got into Sherry’s car so she can drive us to the airport. Six hours without food had left me hungry, & I planned to get foods at the airport. Regrettably, unexpected traffic due to an event in town slowed us to a crawl. It was not going to be possible to get food before my flight. Maybe a package of raw almonds? Virtually every airport newsstand offers those.

Well, time was so short I had to run for the gate. As I stepped on the airplane, they shut the door literally the instant I was on board. And then.

The flight could not explode for 60 minutes due to some issue or maybe other. (Believe me, I would stopped caring.) Even if we were cleared to go, we couldn’t take off because the plane now had to be de iced. We sat on the tarmac for two more time.

So our 2:30 flight departed at 5:30. There was no supper service – it was a little while flight. A 2½-hour flight. After a 7:00 a.m. breakfast and absolutely nothing else, all I might possibly think about was food.

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