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Answered: I am a 60 year old female with Type 1 diabetes for 50 years. When should

I doubt that this has been cleared or endorsed by your medical doctor. Does your doctor even know you are playing cat & mouse with your health?

Answered: Help with a diabetic project?

Each person's chemical makeup is different. One size does not fit all. Each patient needs to follow recommendations from his/her doctor to determine what works best for them. What works for me may not work for the next person.

Answered: Should i keep wild marine hermit crabs

Yes thay are cool pets i have 4 of them.

Answered: What's healthy eating for a diabetic?

Diabetes control diet like Bitter gourd juice,Papaya,Vegetables,whole grain breads and cereals instead of refined flour.etc

Answered: Will the Hermit Crabs bite or pinch when handling it in my palm??

only if you drop it and pick it back up right away trust me i know it HURTS !
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