I would be inclined to talk with your Dr about this, and also ask for a referral to a Registered Dietitian. Print out some of your Nutrition Tracker pages - particularly for the days you exercise, and take them with you for the Dietitian to peruse. He/she will be able to give you valuable feed-back based on YOUR needs. It would help if you had your blood sugar readings with you (assuming you record them?)
Certainly a LOT of people with Diabetes end up with a hypo as the result of a bit too much exercise without the food to back it up.
Most of weight-loss comes down to what we eat (or don't), but of course, having said that, exercise IS an important part of a healthy lifestyle!
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