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stuffedolive
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stuffedolive

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stuffedolive was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 1, 1956 (Age: 63)
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Diet only
    Medication:
    none
    Exercise:
    each week - intention
    Mon - 1 hour gym strength session (am)
    Tue - 2 -4 hours cycling or walk (am)
    Weds - 1hr bike (am) + 1 hour group run (pm)
    Thurs - 2 hours bike or walk (am) + 1 hour group run (pm)
    Fri - 1/2 hour bike (am) + 1/2 hour free weights (pm)
    Sat - 5km parkrun (am) + 1/2 hour bodyweight exercises (pm)
    Sun - 1 hour orienteering race or long run (am)
    Likes:
    people who can see beyond the end of their nose
    Dislikes:
    Daily Mail, UKIP, Tories, you know the sort

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    T2 since 2004 (80kg)
    LCHF Diet and lots of exercise only, no meds
    Now 67-70kgs
    Hba1c bounces around in the mid 40's
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