Is Type 2 Diabetes Is Reversible?

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Is Type 2 Diabetes Reversible?

I just wrote an answer to this question about 5 minutes ago and will answer it again because it is so very important for you and for millions of other people. The answer to your question is yes. From my personal experience Type 2 Diabetes can be reversed. In March of 2017 I was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. It really scared me. My father was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes at 60 and I watched him have to inject insulin 2 times a day. His body still deteriorated due to the diabetes. I did not want to end up like that. I was a chocoholic and ate huge portions. I was too heavy for my height and did not get enough exercise. I immediately got on the internet and started researching for cures for Type II Diabetes. I read all the information at the American Diabetes Association website and was thoroughly depressed. I was being told that I had a progressive disease with no cure that would last the rest of my life and finally cause my death. I learned that I would have to take progressively stronger medications to control my diabetes and BG, (Blood glucose levels). I decided that this path was not for me. I knew there had to be a cure for this terrible disease even if all these doctors an Continue reading >>

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  1. Sarah and Baby

    I am wondering how similar Levemir and Lantus are. My kitty is currently on Lantus, has been fairly well controlled for several months. (my spreadsheet is not up to date, i'm sorry) I have the opportunity to get some Levemir pens for free, and I'm wondering what kind of transition this would be for her. Any advice would be much appreciated.

  2. Sheila & Beau GA & Jeddie GA

    Sarah, you might want to check out this other current thread on the poss of switching from other insulins to lev:
    That will give you an idea of how they are different - and what some see as the advantages of lev. If you have more questions after reading there just ask!

  3. Sarah and Baby

    OK that did help a lot. Thank you very much!

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