[QUOTE=sirrob28 He says maybe diet and exercise may control it, but I eat good, and do exercise. I quess I just want to know if he is on the right path, especially knowing he blew that 132 number off a few yrs ago.
It's very possible that diet and exercise will be able to control it. You said that you eat "good" but your idea of good may not be good enough. I wish I could have a dollar for everyone who claims to eat "good" when actually there's a lot of room for improvement. I'd be a very rich man!
I once met a man who claimed to eat a lot of vegetables and I believed him. I was imagining all kinds of dark green, orange and yellow vegetables. I later found out that he mostly ate a lot of white potatoes and very little of any other vegetables.
Try making some meatless, breadless meals with bean or lentil soup. You can add a 1/4 cup of whole grain rice or whole grain pasta (measured dry). Also include some garlic cloves, onion and various colored vegetables. You should be able to fit about 3 to 4 servings of vegetables in with the beans or lentils. After cooking, add about 1 or two teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil. (It's best to start with dry beans and soak them overnight....soaking is important so as to nutralize certain substances in the beans.)
Be sure not to undercook the beans or overcook the other ingredients.