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I eat the same (or almost the same) breakfast and lunch almost everyday (different yogurt flavors for breakfast, an apple rather than a pear with lunch, but weekends are a little more free-form). You're right, it's so much easier. But what's frustrating is even when you've removed probably the largest variable to maintaining tight blood sugars (i.e., carb counting) and there's still a ton of variation left. Less for sure, but more than I would have guessed and certainly more than I would like.

I'm a creature of habit, and eating the same thing everyday doesn't bother me much, but for some folks (my wife, for example), eating the same thing day-in and day-out would drive them crazy. I like food variation, but I certainly don't NEED it. And besides, it's a small price to pay for better control on the blood sugar front.

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I too am a creature of habit - and maybe that comes from my diabetes? Having figured out how much insulin I need for something, less "mental fatigue" for that meal, etc.

I, for one, think you have an excellent point here.

And, by the way - I don't consider it "lazy", but rather "efficient". :-)

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