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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Mar 15, 1959 (Age: 61)
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Diet only
    Jan 2018 - HbA1c = 6.2

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    T2
    Apr 2018 - HbA1c =5.2
    Diagnosed 2 yrs ago
    Initially put on Metformin
    Stopped using it July 2017

    Had a higher A1C in Sept 2018 or so. 6.7?
    Recently been put on Statins so cut that out and gave up my much loved Quinoa.
    Daily BS #'s low again, next A1C in Feb = Drug Free
    1 month after stopping Statins, cholesterol was in the normal range on a specific test done for it.
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