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Reactive Hypoglycemia: A Cautionary Tale

For many people, losing a lot of weight results in blood glucose (BG) levels at or close to normal, and your doctor may tell you that you’re no longer diabetic. If this happens to you, first of all you should be congratulated for the difficult job of losing weight. That’s wonderful. But you should also […]
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