Clayton Harmon

Jul 1, 2001

Diagnosed 1950 at the age of 30.


Morning 6N, 6H; Lunch 6H; Dinner 8H; Bedtime 11N.

Blood glucose levels

Test four times per day.

Average BG is 125 mg/dl.


Last one was 5.4%. Has kept it below 6% for the last five years.


"I like greens-mustard greens and turnip greens, collards. I eat a lot of vegetables-green beans, peas, salads. I always eat oatmeal for breakfast."

Says he eats according to what his BG levels are.


None currently due to leg injury.


Laser treatment on both eyes.

Takes Vasotec for kidneys-some protein leakage. Click Here To View Or Post Comments

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