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Types of Diabetes

The Similarities & Differences of the 3 Types of Diabetes

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  • This article is very informative and helpful. Thanks for sharing!
  • Diet is the cause and diet is the cure!
  • I have type 2 diabetes. For the last 9 weeks I have been on the CRON diet. I've lost 47 pounds and haven't taken any meds (metformin, Farxiga) for 6 weeks. My morning blood sugar is in the 80's. Before it was 130-140 with meds. Diet alone can fix this but you have really want to fix it!
  • Many doctors are now sounding the alarm that Alzheimers is a type of Diabetes, and some are even calling it "Type 3" (rather than Gestational diabetes, as stated in the article.). Would be helpful to have an article clarifying the connection between Alzheimers and sugar in the diet.
  • BARBIE200524
    I went to doctor to day and I have Type 2
  • ANONDO2015
    Diabetes may show some symptoms. It may cause continuous pee after some minutes in a day It can lessen the eyesight. It can make us very sick. It increases the intensity of sugar level in blood . Some people become fat look. The victim people can not do hard labor. He feels very tired for little diligence. Sugar may hinder to carry the Oxygen in the body. Sometimes affected people feel fever. Once a disease caused , don't want to cure. For more information please visit our Diabetes Guide at http://diabetesguide.rangloo.com/



  • ANONDO2015
    Diabetes has has become a very harmful disease the the developing countries as well as
    the developed countries. Its main reason is the habit of eating. If some eats more
    than his demand, he has to do work to use the obtained calories. Otherwise it will be
    turned into glucose, and will be stored as fat. Gradually Glucose production will be increased in the body and decrease the production of Insulin. As a
    result you will be a victim of Diabetes. Please visit the link to learn more: http://diabetesguide.rangloo.com/
  • What about diabetes insipidus?
  • Thank you! Finally, somewhere that makes a distinction between the types! I've had Type 1 since I was 3 years old, and have gotten so tired of people assuming that all types are the same. No, I can't be cured. No, losing weight will not make it "magically" disappear. And no, I didn't get it from eating too much sugar. I want to post this article all over the world right now!
  • i am also having the type "LADA" , still without the need of any meds and hopefully will take many years for it.
    got also more autoimmune diseases like HASHIMOTO & CELIAC
  • IVYMH82
    Only issue I have with this article is that there are 4 types of Diabetes. There is also Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA for short) and also known as diabetes type 1.5. It's the form I have and while it mirrors Type 1 diabetes, the onset takes longer to occur, generally happening over months to years, as opposed to weeks to months like with Type 1. Aside from that, excellent article.
  • PF2FAR
    Very well written article, however, don't get the reason for the cup in the picture!!!!
    Only you can control your Diabetes, make the right decisions daily and it will not control you/
  • Does anyone else wonder-"Whats in the cup?" Informative article.
  • 1954MARG
    People of South Asian ethnicity are also at increased risk of developing diabetes. If your father has diabetes the risk of developing diabetes yourself is much higher than if any other family member has the disease.
    Diabetes is a lifelong incurable progressive condition that can be well controlled by lifelong attention to diet plus exercise and/or medication as advised. The main complications of diabetes are caused by damage to both large and small blood vessels and nerve endings that are avoidable if treatment is followed rigorously, but cannot be reversed and can lead to disabling damage to eyes and organs and limbs.
    Very scary, so thank you very much for bringing this to everyone's attention.
  • We discovered my daughter had type 1 diabetes at age 3 almost two years ago. Life changing. She takes 5 shots of insulin a day, and has to check her blood sugar before each meal and bed time, many nights I have to check her in the middle of the night. It's very important people know the signs of diabetes. Untreated it's not thtat they can go into kedosis, they will. When we made the discovery with my daughter she was very sick, had lost a lot of weight and could hardly stay awake. We spent the better part of a week in the hospital, many kids get a lot sicker. Thank you for sharing this important information.

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