There, I've said it out loud. They say that the first step toward solving a problem is to admit that there is a problem. Yep, I'm a diabetic. As hard as I have tried to deny it, I can't any longer. I've tried to live my life the last few years as if I weren't a diabetic. But, I need to face the facts - I am a diabetic. And as soon as I start living like one, my life will change. I know what I should be doing to bring my diabetes under control, but my sweet tooth is the biggest one in my mouth. I just don't seem to be able to say goodbye to sugar. Oh sure, I use Splenda and I drink diet soda. But I still eat cookies, brownies, and donuts. Today, that changes. I need to find things that are diabetic-friendly that will also satisfy my giant sweet tooth. I'm thinking that sugar-free chocolate pudding, sugar free jello, and whipped cream might just do the trick. I've heard all about cutting out white foods, foods like white flour, white pasta, white potatoes, and white rice. And today, I heard Dr. Oz say it again on The View. The GI Diet (I recently purchased the updated version) follows these same principals. So, I'm about to give it another shot. I've heard it said that, "If at first you don't succeed, try try again." So, I'm about to try and try again.