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Question by rrobision: Diabetes Texas needs help,new to this?
Free help for Diabetes, just lost job.
Nothing so far is working to keep in control
brand new at this. 40 year old male.
Near Austin, needs job and medical help, diet?
Free clinic?

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5 thoughts on “Diabetes Texas needs help,new to this?

  1. Bolt says:

    Austin is a big enough town to have free and low cost clinics to help you with the diabetes. The ADA has offices there as well, and mave have or know of other programs. The major universities and colleges (especially those with medical schools) may also have information or low cost care available.

    Your local unemployment office should have a list of places accepting applications, and there are places that hire out contract laborers (Workforce America?). It’s likely minimum wage, but it’ll carry you through until something else comes along. Austin is a big town for temp jobs, too.

    Depending on which side of town you’re on, you can check resources in some of the smaller, nearby towns as well.

  2. MamaSmurf says:

    There are free clinics in Austin and many other cities. Many drug manufacturers will help pay for his drugs or give them free. Use a low carb diet, meals of 45 carbs or less and 2 daily snacks of no more than 15 grams of carbs each. Check newspaper and employment office for jobs. You can also work for those agencies that offer work day by day. Many even have transportation to the job..

  3. Slighly Amused says:

    A simple trick to help with your blood sugars is add cinnamon to plain yogurt or oatmeal. Cinnamon helps the body utilize insulin better. My doctor recommended this. Won’t make a dramatic change but over time will help. Tomatoes are high in chromium. Chromium helps the body utilize insulin better. I found that adding cooked tomatoes to my evening meal helps. I was uncontrolled for awhile and had constant blood sugars of 300+ Once I eliminated most high carbs from my diet and added things like cinnamon and chromium my blood sugars have come down significantly.

    Stress can cause your blood sugars to stay out of whack. I understand the position you find yourself in and wish I had better suggestions or knew where you could get local help.

  4. Dtownfb says:

    As others suggested, look to the free clinics in Austin. You also may want to check out that little University you have in town (U of T). They may have resources there. Many of the big universities do research or have facilities availble to the public. Also they hire thousands of people. Maybe they ahve a job you might be qualified for. Colleges have excellent benefits.

    As far as diet is concerned, focus on eliminating the bad carbs of course but follow these 4 rules:
    1) Eat less food (1500 calories for women; 2000 calories for men)
    2) Eat more fruits and vegetables
    3) Eat food not chemicals (avoid processed foods, difficult but not impossible)
    4) If God made it, it’s OK.

    Good luck.

    P.S. A morning blood sugar level of 181 is not good at all. You want a non fasting blood sugar level of less then 120.

  5. Bob T says:

    Avoid sugar and high amounts of carbohydrates. Eat balanced meals with whole grains at regular times.
    Losing weight helps control diabetes.

    Try the county hospital, they have programs for people with no insurance.

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