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Where's the best place to inject insulin and what to eat to lower blood sugars

Discussion in 'Type 2 with Insulin' started by Marvel_champ, Sep 13, 2016.

  1. AndBreathe

    AndBreathe I reversed my Type 2 · Expert
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    Gosh - You sound totally different. I'm pleased you're feeling so much better.

    Whilst I'm sure it isn't the main reason you're feeling so much better, having a job will have helped no end, in that you will have a decent structure to your days (needing to get to work on time), I'm guessing it also limites your nibbling time to an extent, and of course having a few pounds in your pocket can make the world seem a more kindly place.

    I'm sure as time moves on you'll keep learning about your diabetes, and hopefully you'll keep trimming up a bit more.

    Very well down. Keep fighting the good fight. :)

    On an aside, did you realise the OP on this thread must live pretty close to you, and is about the same age? What's in the water where you live?
     
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