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Old 04-10-2010, 09:10 PM   #10
RabidRover
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Eh?

"Most clinical studies show that testing blood sugar in Type II diabetics has no positive outcome for patients. Complicated reasons for the poor results, but Type II diabetics need a long term control of their blood sugar."

I agree with your sound advise on getting professional medical consultation (although it was interpreted by some as being a bit strong) but being a type II diabetic for almost 2 years has me concerned with your comment about the value of testing blood sugar. How else are you supposed to determine if changes to diet and exercise are having a positive effect? Wait every 3 months for your A1C test??? As for being hydrated, I consider that part of eating a balanced diet and general good health ...
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