Diabetic Living Australia

‘I feel GOOD about my eating’

When did you learn you had type 2?

y wife, Lorraine, had been on my case for years, saying that I needed to go and get checked for diabetes. Deep down I knew there was something wrong, but I kept avoiding it. When I had a big feed or a lot of sugar, I’d get a sickly feeling and I was always thirsty. Eventually I went to my doctor and he did tests and said, yep, your wife is right. However, he said that

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