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6/2/21 6:17 A

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My va doctor tells me the same thing. To control it you need to reduce the foods causing the rise in your a1c and eat the foods that don't affect it so much.

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According to medical doctors, Type II Diabetes can be controlled, but not fully eradicated from a body.

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I thought this was a very good article on Diabetes as well as most of the articles off to the left of the main article. Very good info and food for thought.

I know I have not really been taking too good of care with my Diabetes. Yes I am taking my Metformin but my diet is crap. I am doing great with my breakfasts and snack as I have a cooler in my car filled with citrus fruits, apples, pears, grape tomatoes and cucumbers for snacks. Lunches are basically soups or salads but not like the ones i used to make with tons of veggies in them. Dinner is whatever is available where I am at at.

I can't wait to get back into my house, not sure when that will be. Still have no response from the insurance company. I can't wait to get back to my daily Green Smoothies. I am not even going to the gym any more because the gym is where I used to live by my house. Since I never know where in the state of NJ I will be I cancelled my membership. I was never near enough to go there anymore, so the exercise part of this article I am not doing either.

Please take the time to read the articles and glean what you can from it to help you with your diabetes. It is a great read!

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