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How can i lower my glucose level?

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Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
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Diabetes?: Following with a diabetes team would be optimal which would include your physician, a diabetes nurse educator, and registered dietician. Lifestyle modification is a must and involves changing diet, exercise, and healthy sleep. These guidelines are well-outlined in diabetes management so following with a trained team will always be to your advantage.

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What help me to lower my glucose level?

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Diet and exercise: Reduce carbohydrates and exercise more.

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