I was reading several posts, we all have a struggle and we are trying to stay afloat. I thought of sharing my struggle.
It was George Shooter whose posts inspired me to try Long Wheat and I am glad I did/
I tried both the roti/chapati and shooter's kanji/wheat soup and now I can safely say it is kanji/soup that works. There can be many reasons, this kanji takes longer time for digestion, flour density is higher. I have come back to shooters method of consuming Long wheat the soup thing with some side dish or I add rasam, sambhar,sour daal or any onion based tangy gravy which makes it edible for someone not habituated to kanji eating.
I tried with sprout mung dosas/chillas which give excellent results but the raw mung smell is just a turn off.
I enjoy Mung sprouts, I replaced it with rice. For lunch I take 1 roti and 3/4th cup of boiled sprouts to which I add 1/4 cup of brown rice and consume it as we consume rice with curry or any veg, meat. This works excellent for me Sprouts are tasty and can be easily substituted for rice.
Evening tea I take with one whole egg omelette with some carrots,beans,capsicum,mushroom cooked in 1/2 tsp coconut oil. Sometimes I make besan ka chilla or small 30 gram veg thepla. or 10 gm flour + 10 gm besan mixed with minced meat spices and spread on dosa tawa to make tikki/chilla .This I cook in 1/2 tsp coconut oil.
After long trial and errors I have now found some workable formula though this kanji thing is not my taste , I can have a daliya smashed with added ghee spices and meat but results varies. what works is unmashed wheat in kanji form.
Its been almost a month now and I have been able to keep my BS below 140 at any point of time.
I walk for half hour in the morning and do some pilates or power yoga or free hand for 15 mts in the morning and take gemer 1 post dinner.Yes I want to get rid of medicine but it might take some time.