I have made a Blog post, a blog post I would like for every T2 to read especially if you are newly diagnosed.

The Title is "Doing T2 Wrong, Ten Rules for Screwing Up Your T2 Treatment"

You can find it on my home page, I wish I knew how to post a link, Please read and let me know what you think. If you can think of any rules I missed let me know

Gary

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Great post. You can make a link by typing in the name of the URL "Doing T2 Wrong, Ten Rules for Screwing Up Your T2 Treatment." Then go back and highlight the text where you want the link and select "LINK" in the toolbar. Just paste in your URL and you are good to go.

Thanks Brian I will try it next time. For now thanks for doing it for me

Gary

Oh gosh, your "rules" sound like some many people I know.
Reminded me very much of my older brother who was dx-ed a dozen years before me. He followed many of your rules and soon ended up with with complications. I witnessed this for years; it motivated me to lose weight, hoping to avoid dx.
When I was dx-ed, from the start I knew I had to take diabetes seriously. I did not want to go down his path. And I haven't so far.

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