I would like to live as long as Daveindiego, but don't have the good, Jew longevity genes. I've had type 1 diabeetus for 24 years (this is what they used to call juvenile diabeetus) so I don't make insulin, as my pancreas killed itself decades ago. After @ 20 years or so, the complications start gang-banging the rest of a body that works (neurological damage, high blood pressure, risk of heart disease/stroke, etc.) and I need to start thinking about the future. As some of you people may know, diabetes NEVER kills anyone...it's always the fun "complications of diabetes" that fuck a negro up. I'm in relatively good shape now, and need to get rid of most if not all animal fats to stay this way. I'm going to keep eating fish, but that's about it...maybe occasional egg whites and cheese as well. I like vegetables, but I really need to expand my horizons AFA introducing more variety. **Alternate protein and low glycemic-load combos are a plus** (insert cum-guzzling jokes here, goofballs). I also need to be gluten-free, due to diagnosed medical conditions...not just some fad bullshit ad campaign on TV. I am an EXCELLENT cook, and don't mind getting dirty in the kitchen (but not cooking in a dirty kitchen, like Animalgod). So, what habits/techniques have others done that were successful in making the transition? Can you suggest some books/publications/blogs that may help (first-hand experience only, please; I know how to Google and Bing as well as you do!). Oh, and for all you non-diabetic fags out there, a diabetic diet is primarily the same diet healthy people should be adopting as well; it's just more important for diabetics to follow-through with it, as our arteries clog faster than those of non-diabetic fags.