Did you hear on the news tonight a possible cure for Type 2, but they don't know why it happens.

Some Type 2 diabetics that had Bariatric surgery and diabetes, a few days or even few hours after the surgery, they no longer were diabetic and no longer needed medication, even before any weight loss.

That shows how some of the myths of obtaining Type 2 are so false.

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all most interesting comment.

Funny thing was; I was on diet of 1200 calories and 2 miles walking for 2 years and couldn't lose an ounce ( got to 330 pounds) till liver excess release shutdown and after that lost weight to sub 240 on same diet and exercise.

I do not believe everyone suffers from excess liver games as I do but shows the complexity of this T2 fracas and in fact it truly is multi-organ, multi-hormone fracas needing some in depth research and inspection.

LaGuitariste, have you tried Lantus? Some of us do better on Lantus, some are better on Levemir. If one or the other isn't working well, it might be best to switch. I did, Lantus works better for me, lower dose, and better control. Just an idea.

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