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Experts believe they won't get the upper hand on the disease until they persuade enough people that a healthy diet and regular exercise can prevent it or minimize its damage if it has already struck.
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Many people choose to eat a low carbohydrate diet. For most diabetics it becomes a necessary lifestyle change.

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Appropriate carbohydrate intake differs with each individual diabetic patient. I figured out what works for me, but that might not work for others.

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Haiti is like a mix-master for our emotions. We are thrilled to be here and feel we helped make this camp possible and so potentially transformative for these kids. But no matter what we do, the kid’s diabetes control is still so incredibly poor.

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