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Helping Loved Ones Avoid & Treat Type 2 Diabetes

Thursday, December 06, 2012

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  • DAP1313
    I have Type 2 diabetes, and some of that info is not accurate. The main one is spinal correction. That would not affect the higher sugar levels or help lower them.

    Also, the sugar isn't as bad for you as previously thought. It's the starchy carbs that quickly convert into sugar in your system which could be white potatoes, white rice, white bread etc.

    Losing weight is one thing that does help, and it doesn't have to be a lot. Just ten pounds.
    1994 days ago
    Great info. Thanks for posting it!
    1995 days ago
    thanks so much for posting
    1995 days ago
    hmmm it says increased sugar intake results in increased risk of type II diabetes, which directly contradicts what Spark says, and the studies done on it show that eating sugar doesn't increase risk of diabetes.

    It makes you doubt the credibility of the entire article, doesn't it.
    1995 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/6/2012 3:12:00 PM
    emoticon for posting this valuable information !
    1995 days ago
    Good article, Wolfie!
    Loved the illustration, too!

    : )
    1995 days ago
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