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I'm not diabetic (last A1c 5.2) but for the best part of the last 15 years have been a fitness instructor/personal trainer and have had the challenge of training former non exercisers who've been recently diagnosed as diabetic/pre-diabetic and are in the mode of wanting to change everything about the lifestyle that got them there and NOW!!

I'm in temporary Emeritus mode right now following a fairly long distance move/new grannyhood. Even so, I'm even tempted to sign up for at least a few months subscription. A lot of what I've learned about therapeutic lifestyle interventions like exercise has come about by trial and error..... especially given how many different manifestations of T2D are out there. Seems like a valuable tool to be able to avoid this.
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