2 juni 2020 |  Mat

Middag i solen och en tidig morgon

Det känns nätan som att jag är redo för lunch nu, haha! Var uppe ruggigt tidigt i morse men låt oss slänga oss tillbaka till gårdagen.

Det kändes lite motigt att sitta i möten hela dagen när sommaren anlände. Hann med en kort promenad utanför huset och det var helt magiskt! Som tur var hade jag en inplanerad middag på Norr Mälarstrand med ett team som arbetar på en app för just diabetiker (som inte riktigt finns idag). Jag har inte varit på Orangeriet och ätit (bara vin de få gånger jag varit där) men jag måste ändå erkänna att maten var en enorm besvikelse. De hade inget som egentligen var glutenfritt (varken pizza eller pasta, inte ens bröd) och den rätt som inte innehöll gluten var den ni ser på bilden. Ingen höjdare…Tur att sällskapet och solen vägde upp det hela rejält!

Nu på morgonen hade jag en intervju eller mer en pratstund med psykologen och ”diabetes-expert” Tim Skinner där vi pratade om och diskuterade om hur delvis vi diabetiker har påverkats av Covid-19 men även hur stor effekt en sån här typ av förändring har på vår mentala hälsa.

Det var så kul! Jag känner mig helt euforisk faktiskt! Video-klippet kommer att släppas i slutet av veckan så då kommer jag såklart att dela det med er! Ah! Spännande!

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For me it is important to eat a balanced diet and for me it means that I eat a little of everything. There is no "no" food and there is nothing that I remove from my diet if it is something I actually like. I am not a lover of pasta, but when we had settled down at this restaurant the other day, the only thing that was available that was gluten free (yes, I have celiac as well) was pasta. I think it is important that I can feel that there is no danger around food or bloodsugar, even though it is carbs, and that pasta wasn’t in my mind during the day, but it was delicious!!!



We all make our choices. I encourage you to make choices that are good for YOU, and YOUR body. I sometimes eat low carb food, sometimes salad, sometimes I eat pizza. A balanced diet. I choose the food I crave and I have learned that my diabetes doesn’t have to be an obstacle. We will all make mistakes, and that's normal.



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