I love all the stories! Lifestyle change to reverse type 2 diabetes as much as possible is as important now as ever before. It takes ongoing attention and a personal success system that protects you from too much unhealthy food and ensures you get enough exercise. Not easy for most, but well worth the effort!
Many people understand that they can probably improve their diabetes by eating right and exercising, but figuring out how to make it actually happen is typically quite challenging.
In my three-part series "A Diabetes Reversal Story" I provide an example case of a type 2 diabetes success story that illustrates some of the barriers and some of the lifestyle changes that can make the difference.
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