I appologize for asking, but are you female? Nothing about the hormones in our meat here would surprise me at all! If you weren't really adverse to soy, I'd recommend tempeh or tofu vs the fake burger stuff,
but how about making your own seitan, made out of vital wheat gluten? It is soy free, has a high protein count, and then there are beans, and lentils which are also high in protein. If you follow a varied veg diet, it will help your diabetes, but if your body isn't manufacturing insulin, at least you will still be doing it a great justice~ stay away from the processed foods, and simple refined sugar products. Try to eat whole grain foods instead of white floured foods.
If you eat all of the colors of the rainbow, you'll be getting plenty of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients.
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