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Do you think weight loss programs are doing a good job incorporating your diabetes needs?
Yes. I am part of a program that takes my diabetes needs into account.
10%
It took me a while to find one, but I am part of a program that is working for me and my diabetes.
5%
I don't know. I would like to find a good program, but so far have not been able to find one that won't make managing my diabetes a challenge.
18%
No. I have used a weight loss program, but I had to figure out how to incorporate it with my diabetes life.
18%
I won't bother with a weight loss program unless I know there is a diabetes component to it.
13%
Doesn't matter. I want to lose/am losing weight, but I'm not interested in using any program to help me.
33%
Total votes are 224
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by Brenda Bell
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