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Old 07-05-2009, 02:26   #1
 
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hello everyone, just found this forum as ive been trying to find more info on type II diabetes. i got daignosed in mid april of this year 09. as soon as i found out i am a type II diabetic i decided to change my lifestyle. the doctor started me on metformin, and suggested a change in my diet, also to get more active. my first couple of weeks were pretty hard, but i adjusted. its been about 3 months now, and i'm glad i decided to make a change.i can see a feel the differance in my change. the hardest thing for me now is falling off the wagon. now a days is just getting a bit harder to con trol myself, though i have. what are some of the things you guys/gals do to prevent yourself from falling?

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Hello, and welcome to the board. Ask any questions that you have about type 2 diabetes, and I'm sure that someone here will have an answer. Just don't let this board take the place of your doctor. He/she has answers for you too.

 
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You know, sometimes I do "fall" and I just get up and keep on going. It's going to happen and I don't beat myself up over it. Sometimes temptations and special occasions are just to much to handle diabetes wise. If I do eat something I shouldn't, I try to keep it to the minimum and just enjoy a taste or two. I don't dwell on it or fret too much. I just get back up and start eating right again.

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Old 07-06-2009, 10:20   #4
 
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Hello everyone, I am new here. I don't have diabetes, but many of my close friends do. As a friend, I helped do some research for them and it came to my attention that there is a natural antioxidant out there that is very effective with improving the quality of life for diabetic patients. I have helped them tremendously and now I would like to help others too.

I am not sure if my message is welcomed here or not, all I can say is that I would like to help. Please contact me if you would like more information. Everything is available online which I can direct you to them.

Have a good day.

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