keeping blood glucose under control

what is the best way to keep blood sugars under control?

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  • Eat less sweet things and sugar 

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  • Eat less sweet things and sugar

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  • Maximize your insulin sensitivity.  You can easily do this using diet and exercise.  You can learn more at https://www.masteringdiabetes.org/reverse-insulin-resistance-presentation/ where they explain "a lifestyle scientifically proven to reverse insulin resistance, based off of more than 85 years of evidence-based research. Because insulin resistance is the underlying factor present across all forms of diabetes (including type 1 diabetes, type 1.5 diabetes, prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes) it is extremely important to fully understand what causes insulin resistance in order to control your blood glucose with precision."  It was interesting (and transformative) for me to learn that insulin resistance is not caused by eating too much sugar, and that excess dietary fat is significantly more powerful in creating insulin resistance than refined sugar.

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  • I’ve had type 2 diabetes for 10 years have been on everything from Metformin though and including my latest, Novolog. It works for a while and then we’re seaching for another! Anyone here of anything else? My Endocrinologist says it’s becacause I have a rare blood type  EGFR, NOS1 . Please Respond if you have any other thoughts!

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  • As a fellow diabetic, blood sugar control is effected by what we put in our mouths. Try going to youtube.com and search for Dr. Jason Fung. He has written several books, one is called The Obesity Code and the other is titled The Diabetes Code. Both are very informative reads and give a new perspective on diabetes control.

     

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