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Studies have shown a connection between obesity and diabetes. Though being obese does not cause diabetes it is a risk factor. Maintaining a healthy weight is not only good for  diabetes prevention and management, but your health in general.

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Almost all of us who have diabetes have to deal with other medical problems too. But none of these conditions affects more of us than obesity and the problems that come with it.   More than 85 percent of adults with diabetes were overweight in the U.S. government’s Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. And 54.8…

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Bo, Community Member, commented on A Diet for Managing the Most Common… you can get the abstract, but not the report unless you pay for…

10/10/14

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, posted Insulin Resistance and Bears If you read popular science magazines, you’ve probably seen the recent research about…

08/30/14

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Rogerharris, Community Member, commented on LiveBold with Diabetes Really a well written article on an inspiring personality. I read it. Really the person has a…

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, posted Measuring your risk from obesity New research suggests that body shape is more important than body mass index (BMI) in…

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