Diabetes Misinformation Part 1?

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asked Nov 8, 2019 in Electron Microscopy by alisaprincy (10,120 points)

On the other hand, some people  Blood Balance Formula Review have a less severe case where some of the islet cells are still functioning. They are functioning at a level where they cannot manage the relatively high carbohydrate diets that are the norm today and get diagnosed as Type 1. For these people, following the same right lifestyle as I talked about above for Type 2 will allow them to live just fine without insulin. If this is you, you will probably have to be really careful with what you eat for the rest of your life, but still, it is so much better than injecting with insulin every day or using a pump.

You can see that someone who has a milder case of Type 1 who lives the wrong lifestyle for many years may get diagnosed later in life as their limited pancreas function get progressively eroded away due to the Type 2 vicious cycle I described earlier. I suspect this is the cause of what is now called LADA (Latent autoimmune diabetes of adults) or Type 1.5 diabetes.

Managing diabetes is a hard job. But there are some tools that give diabetics the upper hand when trying to control their diabetes. One of the best ways diabetics can manage their diabetes is through daily exercise combined with the right diet. Let's face it, even if you don't want to get up and go to the gym, once you get there working out just makes you feel good. The rewards are both physical and psychological. Physically, muscle-building reduces insulin resistance. Psychologically, exercise is often prescribed to combat depression. This is just a win-win situation anyway you look at it.


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