I say as long as you are above ground, it is never too late. It might take some time to get things under control, but it will be well worth the effort.
We can support you, but you ultimately have to do the work.
I agree with grannie. See an endo and dietitian if you are serious about making improvements.
It takes preparation and planning on your part. Yes....it is inconvenient at times, but it is what it is.
Once you start feeling better, you will like that feeling and can use it as a means to sticking to your regimen.
I have a 4 year old grand daughter and I LOVE having that extra energy and well being so I can keep up with her.
I love feeling well. I love having all my limbs, eye sight, and kidney function.
I no longer smoke, eat bad food (I cheat from time to time.....but no fast foods). If I have a busy day, I pack a lunch/meal and put it in my little igloo. I always carry fiber one bars or some sorta snack as I go into hypo easily and I'm not always able to eat at a regularly scheduled time as I take care of my mom.
I now prefer to pack a lunch over eating at a fast food place.
I hope you continue to come here to share your progress and for us to give you ideas on how to help yourself.
Be kind, patient, and good to yourself. You can do this!