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how do u lose weight with juvenile diabetes?

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Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
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Eat less/exercise: The more one eats, the more Insulin is needed to control blood sugar. Exercise helps increase sensitivity to Insulin so that less is needed to maintain good control also. Combining healthy eating and exercise is the safest and best way to obtain and maintain a healthy weight.

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What help me to lose weight with juvenile diabetes?

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Dr. Stanley Schwartz
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Key principle...: Is assuming you have good control on current regimen and diet, you must decrease Insulin doses proportionately to decrease in calorie intake best if nutritionist cde or endocrinologist help you do so.

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