Are you the same as the diabetic seated next to you in your doctors office?
Most people fail to realize that diabetes affects each individual differently.
Each individual case of diabetes is unique to the individual diabetic.
Many diabetics operate off of the impression that what is good for one diabetic, is good for all diabetics, but that's far from being true.
Your diabetic, medical needs are different from mine, your daily calorie intake is different from mine, your carbohydrate intake is different from mine.
As an individual your daily diabetic plan for better health should be designed around your needs, from meals, to medications, to exercise, to doctors and specialist.
Many diabetics ask of one another; "What do you do," or "What do you take?"
(In my opinion) your questions should be directed at your diabetes medical team, you may not like their methods, or their answers, is it because they are wrong, or is it because it may not be what you may want, or what you may want to hear?
Accept the fact that you are an individual, that your diabetic needs (should be) catered around you, and that you control the success or the failure of managing your diabetes.
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