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Diabetes is Not Unpredictable: A Troubleshooting Guide

Diabetes is Not Unpredictable: A Troubleshooting Guide

By Maria Muccioli Ph.D.

Maria Muccioli is a staff writer at Diabetes Daily. She is also a full-time biology professor and proud mom of a young toddler. Maria was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as an undergraduate biochemistry student, which inspired her to pursue graduate work in the immunology field. She earned a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Ohio University and was also a postdoctoral fellow at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Maria is passionate about harnessing her formal research and teaching experiences to deliver up-to-date and evidence-based information to the diabetes community. She firmly believes in empowering all people with diabetes to learn as much as they can about how to manage their condition and enjoys connecting with the community through her writing and on social media. She is most passionate about new advances in research and technology, optimizing diet to improve glycemic control, and helping women with diabetes gain the most relevant knowledge to achieve healthy pregnancies.

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This is very interesting and helpful information, rvmasalvad. Thank you so much for sharing it with everyone.😀👍

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I thought we can NOT post other websites - link

I do subscribe to both - Diabetesdaily and Diabetes UK - as well as DietDoctor --

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I will send you a quick note in a minute, Fatbuddy. It's okay! :-)

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I have sent you the message now. Sorry for the delay.

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Well done. My mates say "I should write a book on T1". I do not let anything stop me.

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Last summer my A1C was 6.1 but my fasting blood sugar was 128 the doctor diagnosed me as prediabetes since then I have lost 50 lb and my latest fasting blood sugar is 99 and my A1C is 5.7 in the in between months my random glucose readings were 97 and 113 and 120 after I high carb meal I am frightened to death that I actually am fully diabetic based upon that one reading that I had of 128 instead of just pre-diabetic I'm wondering if you could comment on this

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