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Can you REVERSE your diabetes?


It’s a condition where there’s too much glucose in the blood. Usually these levels are controlled by insulin produced in the pancreas. When someone has diabetes, they’re either not producing insulin, or the insulin produced isn’t working properly, and this leads to a build up of sugar in the blood. There are two types:

Type 1 – an auto-immune disease where the body attacks and destroys insulin-producing cells. It

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