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To date, wearable blood sugar monitors have been most often used by Type 1 patients, who require insulin to manage the disease.
And it has been boosted with special chemicals that the liver needs in order to produce bile; with insulin to regulate the organ’s metabolism; and with nutrition in the form of glucose and amino acids.
Sanofi’s patent on Lantus insulin expired in 2015, and since then cheaper and alternative treatments have entered the market.
Plus, that small tip of the scale can also lower your blood pressure and improve your insulin sensitivity, reports a new study in the journal Cell Metabolism.
Extra virgin olive oil in particular could lower blood sugar as early as two hours after a meal by aiding insulin action.
Her house was still without power, and Ms. Santos, a diabetic, needed to refrigerate her insulin.
Continuous glucose monitors are mostly used by Type 1 diabetes patients, who were born with an inability to produce insulin effectively, causing a buildup of glucose in the blood that can be fatal.
Authorities said Horger does not have diabetes or take insulin.
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