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Re: [IP] Boot camp-fitness club style



 I did it along with cardiac training. Initially I had a lot of severe lows. I
had to make sure my bg was 160 to 190 and suspend the pump before starting the 
training.  I did training in 30 min sessions.  It took 6 months before my bg 
stabilized incredibly.  I no longer have to suspend my pump while training or 
doing cardio.  And the best part is that with the increase in muscle I do not 
have the horrible lows.  


In addition, I watched my creatinine.  I increase the number  of meals and 
 decreased the amount of protein by dividing it by the number of meals. It made
 a difference. The fitness place does this in body scan. As the fat decreases,
the control of the bg increases and I am not that fat.  It is so much better.

 Nobody said this had any chance of suceeding. But I feel so much better despite
other new diagnoses that I cannot tell you.

 Thanks,
Francesca Alfino
www.DanversPapillons.com




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From: Marshall <email @ redacted>
To: "email @ redacted" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tue, June 14, 2011 9:12:04 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Boot camp-fitness club style

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I was just wondering if anybody else is into the strength training and have any
idea how to understand when to expect or anticipate lows after exercising?
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Check out this article:
http://www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Article%20folder/diabetes.html
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