Answers to all those pesky diabetes questions you have.
If your pancreas doesn’t produce enough of the enzymes needed to digest your food, you may experience poor appetite, weight loss, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and have difficulty controlling your blood sugar.
Lumps or bumps around the injection site may be due to repeatedly administering insulin to the same location.
Bread typically doesn’t contain any cholesterol unless it is made with butter. However, in the past several years, researchers have shown that dietary cholesterol doesn’t raise blood cholesterol levels or increase the risk of heart disease.
First of all, if you are taking insulin or diabetes medication and are experiencing truly low blood sugar (less than 70-80 mg/dL), you need to treat it with glucose tablets or a source of fast-acting carbohydrate, such as 4 ounces of juice, and then check your blood sugar to make sure it is in the healthy range.
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