Hi all, I've been searching online for the last couple of days to find info on a diet for women with gestational diabetes. I was diagnosed last Friday, and at the time my Dr. just said I needed a 2000 calorie per day diet and that a nutritionist would be calling me.
I've called the Dr. back several times since then and I just keep getting told that the nutritionist would get back to me. I know that there has to be more to this diet than just a calorie amount. With diabetes don't you have to watch carbs? I don't know around how much I should be having, and the last week trying to keep my carbs down I haven't been able to even reach 2000 calories in a day.
I know that nothing can replace a Drs. advice but I was hoping someone out there could just give me some pointers to hold me over until this supposed nutritionist actually contacts me?
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