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LamarkNewAge 
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Message 157 of 171 (889161)
11-07-2021 5:29 PM


Here is the (2016) diabetes % by age group (AzPaul failed to deliver numbers)
18-44 2.7%

45-64 13.7%

65-74 23.4%

75+ 21.3%

Overall 9.5%

(Yes, this is the United States. Not my fault for the nationalistic selection, it is all I could find)

So a 9.5% diabetes rate, while 23.6% of 5.7-6.4 A1C diagnoses EVEN INDICATE an actual "pre-diabetes" health disorder.

AzPaul said his 5.6 A1C indicated a developing pre-diabetes.

I dare AzPaul to find a study showing that persons with A1C test results of 5.6-6.0 A1C will go on to a statically significant level of future diabetes diagnoses relative to the 10% individuals diagnosed with diabetes.

Challenge on!


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Message 160 of 171 (889164)
11-07-2021 5:57 PM
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11-07-2021 5:54 PM


Re: Feste really needs to be Harlequin!
Been hitting the thesaurus?

Impressive.


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Message 161 of 171 (889171)
11-07-2021 11:30 PM


diabetics eat twice a day
Just put that into Google and it looks like a good deal for sugar levels.

(Studies show)

Eat first meal between 6 am and 10 am.

Second meal between 12 pm and 4 pm.

(Variatipns include a very small dinner)

I have heard, from diabetics, that food should be avoided after 4 PM. But schedules might make the timeline difficult. Sleep schedule is vital. Late meals have been described as fatal, for diabetics . But the same people have admitted that they need to eat to take insulin.

I am learning. Hope I can avoid diabetes.

The chances of getting diabetes is high, with age.


  
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Message 162 of 171 (889172)
11-07-2021 11:45 PM


Studies from Prague and tell Aviv confirm that fewer meals for diabetics are superior
Prof Daniela Jakubowicz of Israel lead a study.

It is part of an avalanche of evidence that diabetics need to restrict the amount of meals a day.

Her study result allows for 3 meals a day.

Not 6, as doctors traditionally reccomend.


  
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Message 170 of 171 (889438)
11-26-2021 9:34 PM
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11-26-2021 9:57 AM


Re: Type 1 and Type 2
Sorry to ask, but what good does eating organic, verses non organic, do?

(I find eating chicken or turkey extremely disturbing, but that aside...)

Is there a medical issue, here?


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