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by regina fancy (2020-03-21)

The whole idea of this advice from your StrictionD Review doctor is to not only help you cope with the sugar readings you are taking every day, but also help you live a normal and active life. You will find in many cases that the diabetes guidelines he suggests do not involve the total exclusion of certain foods and drink, but rather sensible moderation which, if you follow the correct advice, can see you not only enjoying the foods that you like but also having a lifestyle that is entirely normal.The same applies to alcohol. In many cases, doctors are not suggesting that total exclusion of alcohol, but a sensible and moderate approach to diabetes and alcohol, which means you can still enjoy a drink with friends without seriously endangering your health. You need to always be mindful of the fact that most alcohol, including full strength beers and spirits, is actually made and distilled from sugar, and if abused can pose a serious threat to the life of a diabetic.If you only desire in life is to sit in front of the television and eat and drink alcohol, then by all means ignore the doctor diabetes guidelines. However, if you desire to lead a full life, and if you would like to play in the yard with the kids, or go hiking, or visit another country, or live long enough to see your grandchildren and great-grandchildren, then please listen to your doctor and his diabetes guidelines and follow them to the letter. Doctors are not trying to ruin your life, they are trying to give you a full, physical, enjoyable and long life.