It snow. Learn sledding reduce blood sugar, very dramatic! Recommend big snack next time. Bigfoot not actually accompany family Suicide Hill, instead fall asleep on floor beside wood stove. Later hear story: Bubs feel low; blood sugar 45! 16g glucose/test again: 39! Sledding the new swimming.
This week, Paula Deen step forward as Type 2 spokesmodel.
Read English pea recipe. Notice Paula decide mention diabetes only when have pharmaceutical sponsor and son with low-cal cooking program need publicity. In recent years Paula also introduced a complete line of furniture, greeting cards and the Paula Deen and Family Party at Sea Cruise. Pretty easy feel disgust.
Type 2 community probably not so glad have Doughnut Hamburger Bun proponent on team–only fuel stereotype Type 2 persons deserve disease. Other Type 2 celebrities, no surprise: Drew Carey, Patti LaBelle, Mike Huckabee. One surprise: Halle Berry on Type 2 list.
In 1989, the now 42-year-old actress went into a diabetic coma during a taping of the television show Living Dolls, and was later diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Since then, Berry has talked openly about controlling diabetes. However, she created controversy a few years ago when she reportedly said she would classify herself as being a type 2 diabetic, as she had supposedly weaned herself off insulin.
So Type 2 community have many fat celebrities plus Halle Berry*. (*Self-diagnosed.)
Type 1 celebrities: Mary Tyler Moore, one Jonas brother, extremely handsome Olympic swimmer, Johnson & Johnson heiress (died age 30, ketoacidosis), one country (? heavy metal?) person who win on Donald Trump’s The Apprentice, and Sonia Sotomayor.
Fat Type 2 celebrities good for sell drug, bad for find cure. Impossible heart string feel tug from cake hog get sick eat too much cake. Bigfoot realize all in this together, human family, Jew + Palestinian, but Type 2 celebrity fatness not enhance diabetes brand. Time for Type 1 break away, get new name:
- Diabetes of the Innocent, Undeserving, and Skinny
- Mary Tyler Moore Disease
- Failure to Langerhans