A condition in which the body either makes too little insulin or cannot properly use the insulin it makes to convert blood glucose to energy. Type 2 diabetes may be controlled with diet, exercise, and weight loss, or may require oral medications and/or insulin injections. Type 2 was once referred to as adult-onset diabetes.
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How I Reversed My Diabetes in 60 Days
Personal blog describing success in controlling Type 2 Diabetes with no prescription medication or insulin. Just diet and exercise.
Journey for Control
A program to help manage type 2 diabetes. Information about the disease and how to live with it, diet and fitness and patient tools. Provided by Merck and Co., Inc.
Learn how to control type 2 through self-care management. Get answers to your questions about diet and exercise, medications, and complications such as heart disease and vision problems.
Type 2 Diabetes
Detailed information in English and French. Includes risk factors, symptoms, glucose monitoring, and treatment strategies. From MedicineWorld.Org.
The Fat Connection: How Excess Body Fat Can Lead To The Onset Of Diabetes
Article discusses how elevated fat in the bloodstream appears to accelerate both stages of the disease. (May 16, 2005)
Type 2 Diabetes May Begin With Grandma's Diet
Study provides evidence that insulin resistance can be "programmed" across two generations by poor nutrition during a grandmother's pregnancy and lactation. (May 12, 2005)
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