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Your husband is a type2. That means either he makes insulin and his body doesn't utilize his own insulin very well (the body is what is called "insulin resistant") or he doesn't make enough insulin to process the food he consumes. Insulin is like a little key that unlocks the cells to let the glucose into them. Sometimes the cells don't recognize our body's own insulin so a different insulin is given in a shot to help the glucose get into the cells.
There are a lot of things that he can do to help his condition. I was on insulin like him and have been able to go off of it by changing my food plan. Read back inthe posts and you will find a wealth of information that will help you and him.
~ Jeannie, Forum Moderator/Diabetes & Fibromyalgia
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