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by Brenda Bell
When last we left this saga, my doctor had me staying out from work for an additional week, but with the head swelling down, I was bound to be back on the bicycle as soon as possible (you know what they say about getting back on the horse that threw you...). I had planned to take my sister on a short (under a mile) ride — both for the company and to get us both on the bicycle. She turned chicken and I ended up going the "flat" route to the greengrocer — a little...

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My question is: What is left to eat that will keep glucose levels low and also help kidney function? Doesn't seem like much is left.

Asked by: leetoo Category: Food and Nutrition

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  1. 1 - Centers for Disease Control. National Diabetes Fact Sheet United States, 2011. (PDF accessed 9/19/12).

    2 - The Expert Committee on the Diagnosis and Classification of Diabetes Mellitus. "Follow-Up Report on the Diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus." Diabetes Care 26:3160-3167, 2003.

    Reviewed by Francine Kaufman, M.D., 04/08