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"4 Steps to Manage Your Diabetes for Life" Article

Activity2004
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Here is a very interesting and helpful article written on the NIH website newsinhealth.nih.gov/issue/... . The article is talking about the four steps on how to manage your diabetes and ways to prevent any health risks related to diabetes. At the end of the article, there is another link for more information and ideas.

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Very informative.. Thanks for sharing πŸ‘πŸ»

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator
in reply to Nilu79

Anytime! Glad you could use the information.

Are you okay?

Nilu79
Nilu79
in reply to Activity2004

Yes, I'm doing good now.. Hope to fight this and become non-diabetic once again :)

Activity2004
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in reply to Nilu79

Check your PMs. I just sent you a quick note.

Thanks Activity2004,

I have sent you a reply.

Good article but how nice would it be if they knew 4 steps to eradicate diabetes. ,πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ™

Nice article

The key is to know about diabetes and it's complications

We still have a vast majority of populations which still ignore the high sugar levels thinking that nothing will happen

cure
cureAdministrator

wonderful article Activity2004 Thank you for sharing...

More elaboration on

Step 1: Learn about diabetes. If you’ve got diabetes, you need to make healthy food choices, move more every day, stay at a healthy weight, and take recommended medicines even when you feel good.

will be of great help to the readers... and there are many stalwarts in forum who will throw more light on this issue....

I think this is most important step to control Diabetes...

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator
in reply to cure

Thanks for the suggestion, cure!πŸ˜€πŸ‘

suramo
suramoStar
in reply to cure

cure

Activity2004

Good article but short of information πŸ™πŸ™. Sorry Activity2004 for saying this. To reverse D

1) knowledge about D. The most important. Family also has to learn about D.

2) determination is the next step.

3) knowing about food you eat. Esp lchf concept. Carb content of the food you are eating and gi gl.

4) Family support. Very important.

5) exercise yoga etc

6) monitoring D as required.

7) fighting out set backs and frustrations. At times we don't get desired results and we want to give up what we are doing esp diet.

One can add more.

4 steps are good but not sufficient imho. More emphasis on healthcare teams. They will go for medications, statins etc.

on the sidelines, apologies for deviation but small viewpoint: magnesium, chromium vital ingredients for all diabetics;

how about maintaining normal levels in vitamin B12, D/D3, some zinc deficiency also to be remedied thru supplements???

Activity2004
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in reply to tejkumar

Good question!πŸ˜€

Hello Activity2004. I am sorry to say that I don't have a lot of respect for advice from the UK Government when you see that out of 23 scientific advisors on the SACN only 6 have no vested interest. There is an interesting article about type 2 diabetes at: healthscams.org.uk/diabetes.... To me, this seems to say everything. Tibbly

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