again i make the point. your info is confusing. if i i am somewhere from pre-diabetic to diabetic and everyone tells me to eat to non-diabetic parameters.
i don’t understand if everyone else is as confused as i am, but it seems to be an issue not well explained.
let me try again, if i am regularity testing in pre-diabetic ranges, to sometimes diabetic range, but close to pre-diabetetic numbers mostly, as defined by ADA and others:
is there a need to get on medication or does one , based on personal and familial history, live with those numbers?
and a complaint: when you say get down to 70-80 or adhere to non-diabetic numbers , you must always clarify. i have never seen these kinds of numbers because i never tested early in life. i have no idea if taking 200 metforim capsules or a drinking gallon of insulin would take a diabetic down to these levels.
so it is very confusing to tell someone who is pre-diabetic or even diabetic to get to non diabetic numbers or to use those numbers at all probably.
this criticism in not directed to anyone, it is the natural condition when people with experience talk to other people of experience and so can leave the rest of us in the dark.
i would not be making these comments if not that after of year of diagnosis i am still confused by just exactly what is being said.