dLife Recipe Book PDF

 

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by Brenda Bell
Let's start at the beginning. My A1c, as of last week, was 6.1 — well within treatment goals for diabetes, but higher than that of people without diabetes — and there only for the grace of 500 mg metformin daily. What the doctor saw, before the lab reports, were a lot of numbers in the 70s and 80s. "I see you've been having a number of lows," she said. "I don't trust those numbers," I responded. "I'm sure I'm missing a lot of the...