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Absolutely.  Changes to your diet and increasing your exercise can lower your A1c significantly.  You can even prevent diabetes if you are...
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What happens?  Your body continues to be damaged by the high blood sugar.  Your doctor will probably want you to go on a stronger...
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Hi And from healthline.com comes this answer.Recent research suggests that not only does smoking raise blood sugar, but it also weakens to the...
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You may get answers from other specialists but I would like to address this from a podiatry perspective.  Diabetic foot care includes cleansing...
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It's from lack of fuel, actually.  The body uses blood sugar to run.  So if the body runs out of fuel, it's rather like a car...
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Sometimes if you are active your body burns off the insulin in your body and makes you need to get some carbs in your body.  My husband is...
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90 isn't a very low number, really, so I wonder if there is another cause.  You say you had type 2 now type 1?  That usually means your...
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Take a look at what you are eating for lunch.  If you are eating something that has a lot carbs, like fruit, noodles, a sandwich, crackers, etc...
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I think his problem is that he feels fine, doesn't really think he's sick, and can't see how this affects him.  He feels young and...
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When I first saw this, I thought you would have diabetes, but you said that your blood sugar, and blood pressure was fine. So I have diabetes, and I...
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It is no one particular "authority" but careful recommendations made by multiple medical experts, based on extensive scientific studies and...
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I think it could be a possibility, though I'm not a doctor.  If it's too tough to get to a doctor right away, I know you can get an A1C...
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Hi Yes yo7unjust need to cut out all sugars for now, no sodas, any of them even diet ones, no cakes or biscuits no chocolate unless its dark then...
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Only one study has shown that red wine can potentially benefit people with type 2 diabetes, so there seems to be no reason why you cannot have a...
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Reducing your insulin should be done ONLY under the direct supervision of your medical professional or endocrinologist. This is not something you...
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