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Type 2 Diabetes Reversal — The Quick Start Guide

Type 2 Diabetes Reversal — The Quick Start Guide How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes — The Quick Start Guide Twenty years ago, when you bought a brand sparkly new VCR machine, you would also get a thick instruction manual. Read this thoroughly before you start, the manufacturer would implore. There would be detailed setup procedures and troubleshooting guides. Most of us ignored the manual, just plugged it in and tried to figure out the rest. That’s why we all had the blinking 12:00 on. Today, most new electronics now come with a quick start guide which has the most basic 4 or 5 steps to get your machine working and then anything else you needed, you could reference the detailed instruction manual. Instruction manuals are just so much more useful this way. Well, I don’t know much about VCRs, but I do know about type 2 diabetes. I could write an entire book about obesity (oh, wait, I did that already), or fasting (oh, wait, done too) or type 2 diabetes (next up for 2018). But many of you will not want to go through the entire instruction manual. So this is your quick start guide for reversing your type 2 diabetes. A Fully Reversible Disease Most doctors, dietitians and diabetes s Continue reading >>

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  1. everydayupsanddowns

    Now that clinics and surgeries have switched over to the providing HbA1c results in IFCC 'mmol/mol' units you might be finding it tricky to get a feel for the new units and wonder what your result would have been expressed as a percentage.
    Here's a table of conversions that you can use as a ready reckoner:

    New units
    (mmol/mol)
    Old units
    (%)
    31
    5
    37
    5.5
    42
    6
    48
    6.5
    53
    7
    59
    7.5
    64
    8
    69
    8.5
    75
    9
    80
    9.5
    86
    10
    91
    10.5
    97
    11
    102
    11.5

    108
    12
    If you'd like to calculate your own % result exactly you can use this formula:
    From mmol/mol to %
    (New number/10.929)+2.15
    From % to mmol/mol
    (Old number-2.15)x10.929
    Alternatively you can use the online calculator on the Diabetes UK website.

  2. christine62

    Thank You

  3. Alan

    We get both versions at the moment. I use this one when reading here: HbA1c Units Converter - DCCT to IFCC

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