it was 6.1 not 7..i got to eat the same foods everyday till i get a plan..5-7 small meals aday..ive carried 40 xtra pounds around since age 22..i,m 49,,but ive always worked out..people think musles weigh more than fat...not true at all..5 pounds is 5 pounds...fat is less in denceaty....so ive gained musles and mass from a testoarone supplement..the eating going to be harder..i can do this and lose mega weight 2 pounds aweek..then at 1500 aday..
An HbA1c of 6.1 is more consistent with a pre-diabetic value than over diabetes. A better profile would be this being less than 5.7. Diet control/ modification and regular exercise along with medications (if advised) are the mainstay of treatment. Testosterone supplements and other such supplements should be avoided since these would also derange the blood sugar values and make diabetes worse as a side effect and are also not advisable, unless prescribed by a doctor. With the lifestyle changes, you should hopefully be able to get control of your diabetes.
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