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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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Diets are shortcuts to weight loss, which is to be high on the priority list of almost everyone who has diabetes. But like all shortcuts, they can take us astray and fail to get us to where we want to go.   Diets don’t work. But don’t give up, because we can still lose weight and keep it off. Whether you call it a behavioral…

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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…

03/01/14

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deVries, Community Member, commented on Diabetes Diets Don't Work Thanks for the link to Cordain's rebuttal. I read a lot of Cordain's ideas 10+ years ago, and…

01/11/14

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Elizabeth, Community Member, commented on What causes obesity? Wheat has the same effect as cocaine on the brain -pleasure!! Do you ever just eat ONE bun?? NOT…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Weightism and Diabetesism Dear Karen,   Very interesting links. Thanks for…

08/06/13

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