Yes, many of us have been there to one extent or another. For me, carbs beget carbs and as I eat carbs, I always crave for more foods rich in carbs. Put it in front of me and I can’t help but eat it. No problem with diabetes, just take more insulin to cover. Problem is more weight.
You may want to try low carb diet, at least for a while. It works and you will be amazed at how much weight is lost every month and your need to reduce insulin as well. I recently went low carb and not only lost my excess weight but also decreased my insulin use from over 50 units per day do 0. Most importantly I lost my appetite for carbs and no longer crave them.
You can try to do this on your own which I did and was not easy or there are now clinics that will help you through the process. If you want to first try it out for a couple of weeks, just go to a few of the website such as www.ditchthecarbs.com and make only low carb meals for a couple of weeks. You will instantly start seeing results which will help convince you this is the way to go. Look for keto diet recipes, they are low carb as well.
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You can do it, it is really not that hard once you find great meals that contain little carbs and the rapid results is what motivates you to keep going low carb on the meals.