Patients Diabetes (Type 2)
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Posted on 5/11/21 9:09 PM
How are you today?
Whether it be due to lack of time, embarassment or fear, it can sometimes be difficult to ask our doctor or specialist the questions that are on our mind.
So, if you could ask your endocrinologist one question right now, what would it be? What would you like like to know about type 2 diabetes?
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Beginning of the discussion - 5/13/21What would you like to ask an endocrinologist about type 2 diabetes? https://www.carenity.us/forum/diabetes-type-2/living-with-type-2-diabetes/what-would-you-like-to-ask-an-endocrinologist-about-type-2-diabetes-3349
Posted on 5/13/21 9:28 PM
@Courtney_J what does 'well controlled' diabetes mean? a1c of what over what period of time? any other measure?
Posted on 5/21/21 8:06 PM
how do i control the diabetes when other health problems are not controlled enough so i have to much on my plate to try everything i am told to do
Posted on 5/25/21 12:24 AM
What should be a normal range?
Posted on 5/25/21 3:29 AM
@Candy2021 If you can get your A1c's in the 6's when tested every 3 months, then you are golden. Non-diabetics should be in the 5's.
Posted on 5/25/21 3:38 AM
@Beth22 If you can get your A1c's in the 6's when tested every 3 months, then you are golden. Non-diabetics should be in the 5's.
Posted on 5/25/21 2:54 PM
Posted on 6/1/21 11:23 PM
I think I'd want to ask about management and what the best advice is for getting a handle on diabetes when you have other conditions like someone else said above.
I'd also want to know what is being done/what the latest research is into type 2 diabetes. If we can research and develop multiple vaccines in a few months, why can we not find better treatments for type 2 diabetes?
Posted on 6/6/21 6:41 PM
This will cure your diabetes type 2 which is insulin resistance. We are just not built to eat carbohydrates 3 times a day plus snacks for 50 years or so.
Eat a high healthy fat, low protein, very low carb diet. Eat Eggs, Whole cheese, Bacon, butter ,one piece rye bread.
Next Meal choose among Fish, Beef, Lamb, Shellfish, leafy vegetables, whole cheese , tomato's , avocado olive oil, coconut and or coconut oil. nuts and berries in moderation.
Eat every meal until you are full, no snacks, if you are hungry eat more fat during the next meal
Take 1000 metformin twice a day.
This will reverse your insulin resistance and you can get off the metformin within a few months or so.
This is 100% effective and although your doctor may not tell you this, he will agree with it 100%
You can cure yourself.