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AntonioOfVenice 3 points ago +3 / -0

86% of patients with T2 diabetes got rid of it if they lost 15kg or more.

That sounds so incredible that it's very hard to believe. I'll just comment that it's The Lancet, a politicized journal run by a hard-left nutcase.

RoulerBleu 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's the miracle cure no fat ass wants to stick to.

Anecdotally, I helped my mother lose alot of weight whe she got her second ( and worsening ) test in the prediabetic range and her fucking doctor told her the weight "probably wasen't the cause because it was mostly stable".

I was pissed to see my mother make herself sick, so I did all the calorie-counting for her and pointed out her "secret eating" she thought nobody knew about.

She still eat the exact same sugary crap, but a smaller amount of it.

The beetus vanished.

Wouldn't have done it without the hand holding.

Like nearly all fat people, they just won't put half the cake down.

Which is why they stay T2 diabetic.

Self-control is hard, food is delicious, someone on TV said calorie-counting dosen't work and will give them an eating disorder, instead they should only eat food they hate forever.