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Quick question... HELP! I need 2 crockpot Medifast recipes to feed 10-15 people under $20? Looking forward for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Http://health.msn.com/health-topics....

Many patients undergoing surgically induced weight loss appear to have a form of lasting remission of their diabetes, Dr. Jonathan Purnell, an endocrinologist at Oregon Health & Science University, writes in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The change happens quickly. And according to Annals of.

Surgery.

, diabetes typically resolves within days to weeks of.

Surgery.

Even before patients have lost much weight...

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Me too! I was not on insulin yet, just.

Glucophage.

, but wasn't able to maintain the lower blood sugar as time went on and was heading to that place of needing insulin. It was also the deciding factor for me, after saying NO to.

Surgery.

As an option for years..

For me, I went off the pills a few days before.

Surgery.

, as you must do, and was told I didn't need to go back to it. My blood sugar dropped significantly by the next couple months, even as I was starting to losing weight, in time for my Endo doc to agree , there was no need to return to any meds for Diabetes. In fact, they stop short of saying you are cured...but "no evidence" is seen, appears on my chart now. Love that..

Cindy..

Comment #2

I wasn't on any diabetic meds, but I would get hypoglycemic if I skipped breakfast. I am glad that like most of my generation, I won't be getting diabetes!.

I am glad it has helped y'all!..

Comment #3

I took my insulin up and until.

Surgery.

My levels were around 200 - 230 daily. The day of.

Surgery.

They had to give me insulin to get me below 175. That evening after.

Surgery.

My levels were below 75 and have remained around 90. I was told to quite my insulin in the hospital and for me six months out my levels remain around 90 or below...

Comment #4

Pre.

Surgery.

, I was on insulin 2x day,.

Metformin.

850mg 3x a day and.

Lantus.

At night. Post.

Surgery.

, nothing. I too, stay around the 90's. A1C has been as high as 12 and recently at 8.6 just before.

Surgery.

This.

Surgery.

Was a life saver for me. I am really glad they are looking into the benifits of this.

Surgery.

I have a grandson that is a Type 1 diabetic..I pray a cure comes quickly...

Comment #5

I am sooo proud and happy to say the last day I took my.

Janumet.

Was 2 days before.

Surgery.

.. Sooo July 25, 2010. I have had NO need to take anything since. Matter of fact.. I have been off ALL of my meds since the day before.

Surgery.

.. That's nothing but a total blessing, in my opinion. It feels sooo good to be MED FREE and I am so looking forward to the rest of my life being med free...

My sugar levels now are in the 80's. Thank GOD!..

Comment #6

This was the reason that I chose the RNY procedure. I had been a diabetic for 10 years and went on insulin about a year ago. I had.

Surgery.

On the 30th and haven't had insulin since. Went off insulin and Glypizide the day or.

Surgery.

And off the Metforman one week later. The diabetes was the impetus I needed to get the.

Surgery.

!.

Sharon..

Comment #7

I was diabetic for 15 years, pre-surgery. On insulin,.

Glyburide.

And.

Metformin.

..

Post.

Surgery.

... off insulin in under 1 week. Off all oral meds at 3 months. Now 1 year post-op. A1C has been a steady 5.8 for 9 months.

As always, YMMV...

Comment #8

This is the main reason I am having GBS, I beat a rear form of cancer last year but now want to beat diabetes. I was told that it is almost instantaneous...I'm so excited to not only be healthy but lose all this access body weight too...

Comment #9

Add me too. I was on oral meds for 3 years. My A1C was about 6. After.

Surgery.

I had two "high" FBS and then I went to normal. I have a big famil history of diabetes losing 3 aunts and an uncle to this desease. I have 2 sisters that are now diabetic. When I started to look into this it became the perfect match. My sisters lost wt, again, and lots of it. They are still diabetic.



Would not trade this for the world!.

Also, the long term affects,.

Research.

Is finding that the diabetes does NOT come back even if one was to gain all the wt back..

I DO NOT PLAN TO DO THIS. And there are centers that are doing a modified GNY for folks that do not need to loose wt but are type 2 Diabetics. It is truely a CURE!..

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.