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Old 02-06-2012, 19:46   #21
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Sorry for the short form...that's it.


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Oh, sorry Shanny. I was under the assumption that 1.5 was double diabetes (a Type 1 with insulin resistance).

Also, I also thought Type 3 was a combo of being Type 1 and developing Type 2 (IR) = Type 3. Type 3 has been reported as those Type 2's ( I Believe) who have an extremely high risk of developing Alzheimer's. I've read articles on it, but unfortunately cannot quote the source. I think perhaps just googled and read articles that came up.



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Don't think I've ever heard about type 3 . . .
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New research: Electropollution can cause diabetes (type-3)

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This is interesting. I'm going to have to go back and read it more thoroughly, but need to get off the computer right now.

I have been sensitive to EMFs for many years now. I have an EMF meter that I check to see if electrical devices emit too high a level - and either don't use them, or stay away from them.

The computer is a problem for me, and for the past couple days I've done more work on the computer than is good for me, and am experience the usual slightly nauseous, lightheaded feeling that I get from over exposure.

But, since I developed D after I was retired, for me, anyway, I don't think it was a strong factor. And my BG numbers are usually under 100.

I don't, however, discount what the experience of those in the studies showed. This is an understudied area - and will be more relevant I think as those who've grown up in front of a computer get older. (I didn't have a computer, even at work, until I was in my 30s).

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