How does the response to insulin of the obese diabetic person compare with that of the?
How does the response to insulin of the obese diabetic person compare with that of the non-obese diabetic person?????
- Mr. Peachy®Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you're referring to type 2, which I assume you are, then the fatter and lazier you are, the more difficult it is for insulin to do it's job. As you reduce your weight and become more active, the more effective insulin becomes. You can take supplements that will help the process, but the main thing is to lose weight and become more active. Avoid fats too. BTW, the Atkins diet is a terrible hoax. Read more here: http://www.geocities.com/seabulls69/Type_II_Diabet...
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- Anonymous1 decade ago