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i am told that the size of your belly could be the source or cause of more major health problem's if that is true then what can i do to reduce the size of my belly or the amount of belly fat i have?
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replied June 25th, 2011
I dont think it's neccisarilly the size of your belly but more of what you put in it. Ive always been bordering on the extremely underweight side for my height and i developed type 1 diabetes or hypoglycemia as many call it. Its not about be smaller, its about eating better.
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replied December 10th, 2018
Diabetes is an infection in which your blood glucose, or glucose, levels are too high. Glucose originates from the sustenance's you eat. Insulin is a hormone that enables the glucose to get into your cells to give them vitality. With sort 1 diabetes, your body does not make insulin.

The accompanying side effects of diabetes are regular. In any case, a few people with sort 2 diabetes have side effects so mellow that they go unnoticed.

Regular indications of diabetes:
Urinating regularly.
Feeling extremely parched.
Feeling extremely ravenous - despite the fact that you are eating.
Outrageous weakness.
Foggy vision.
Cuts/wounds that are ease back to recuperate.
Weight reduction - despite the fact that you are eating more.
Shivering, torment, or deadness in the hands/feet.
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