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* "The short answer is yes; it's possible for Type 2 diabetes to go into remission. To be in remission, your blood sugar levels must remain normal for at least three months without using glucose-lowering medications"
* "Vertex Pharmaceuticals, a biotech company, recently began a clinical trial where it plans to treat 17 participants who have type 1 diabetes with new stem cell derived insulin making cells. The first patient in the trial has had positive results."
* Robin Goland, MD leads one of the nation's most successful efforts to advance patient care, research, and education in the field of diabetes.
* Walnut Oil, * Eggs, * Greens with leaves, * Avacadoes, * Beans, * Chia Seeds, * Oily Fish, sardines, salmon, cod, mackerel, etc, *Greek Yoghurt, * Nuts/almons etc, * Broccoli, * Extra virgin olive oil, * Flax Seeds, * Apple Cider Vinegar & * normal vinegar Berries, straw/blue/etc, * Garlic, * Pumpkin/Squash, * Shirataki Noodles.
Myth: It is not safe to exercise with diabetes ...
* FDA issued letters warning 15 domestic and foreign companies that the sale of their products to treat diabetes
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