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Hi, At first I thought that your question was are there certain FOODS that diabetics shoudl avoid. Yes there is a extensive list of foods to avoid. Fruits are not on the list, only dried fruits, as their concentration of sugars can be higher than non-dried fruits, thus dried fruits should be ...

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I doubt very seriously that you are insulin resistant, but it could happen. It would help us very much if you could give us a detailed account of what your daily caloric intake is. Maybe you could just list the food that you eat and what you drink, including alcohol, if any,

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The true answer is it depends on the state. In RI if the patient is alert and oriented and able to swallow we give oral glucose. If they are not we can give glucagon IM. Paramedics can give dextrose in an IV. It varies fom stat to state and also varies with level of care.

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If you have donated blood then they already tested for your blood type. If you have a donor card the type should be on it. With one parent type A and the other type B, you could be type A, B, AB, or O.

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Garlic and lemon are often cited as natural remedies for a variety of medical conditions, including Type 2 diabetes. See this article for more details.
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A normal range blood sugar is between 75 and 150 mg. You sound like you are experiencing symptoms of high blood sugar . Have you contacted your doctor?