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 How can I reverse insulin-resistant diabetes on my own?

Answer Insulin resistance occurs when the body fails to utilize insulin properly, which results in excess glucose in the blood. It's important to manage this condition because if it is left untreated, it ... Read More »
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Can someone with diabetes or insulin resistant give me some advice?

You've written a lot, but I'll try to address what I can. Your A1c was on the high end of normal and your fasting blood sugar falls in pre-diabetic range. Your insulin levels are, I believe, quite ... Read More »
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DIABETES - I am an insulin dep. diabetic going on holiday on Monday should I store my spare insulin in suitcas?

Never put your medications, even the spares, in your checked baggage. Medications need to be hand carried to ensure that you have access to it at all times. If you contaminated you primary insulin... Read More »
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What does insulin resistant mean?

The pancreas produces insulin, a hormone that helps the fat, liver and muscle cells take in glucose after meals. Insulin resistance occurs when these cells do not respond to insulin properly. They ... Read More »
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Can exercise be dangerous for insulin resistant people?

If you have insulin-resistant (type 2) diabetes, you can benefit from exercise, but exercise caution. Extremes in blood sugar levels and certain neurological or eye conditions can pose unanticipate... Read More »
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