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Some Good News

Discussion in 'Type 2 Diabetes' started by New Haven Neil, Nov 16, 2019.

  1. New Haven Neil

    New Haven Neil Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    A little update.

    Still having wild swings of BG (3.6 - 9.9), diet and exercise regime unchanged - I have not been able to nail down what is going on here yet as nothing - absolutely nothing - has changed in diet or exercise. Weight loss still OK, trickling off but I am only 4 pounds off target now. Some bodily functions are obviously on the change, who knows what! That's 8 months in now, thought I would have been more settled by now. The high BG's don't correlate with what I ate, that's the mystery. Liver dump?

    I was...was.....also beginning to feel less lethargic with the Vitamin D pills and decrease of the multi-vit, which was apparently over-dosing some vitamins. Until I seem to have contracted a viral infection and feel grim, there's a lot of this around here at the moment, to the level of schools closing - my assistant at work has a young boy at one of the schools affected. Ho hum!
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