Diet is a crucial tool for managing diabetes, and weight loss can help people who are overweight prevent Type 2 diabetes.
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It took my stepfather, Keith Jones, 10 years to comprehend how his Type 2 diabetes was slowly destroying him. But today, I’m proud to write that Keith has purged many lifelong, negative habits and has dodged the clear and present danger of the disease!