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  • n. Plural form of hypoglycemic.


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  • One of my patients, who weighed 525 pounds at the tender age of 29, reversed a 12-year history of type 2 diabetes and got off of insulin and oral hypoglycemics by changing his lifestyle and nutrition with the help of The Pennington Plan for Weight Success, which includes a 5-step motivational strategy for weight loss and health recovery.

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  • It's entirely possible to have perfectly healthy people, continual hypoglycemics, and hyperglycemics on the cusp of diabetes all rolled together.

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  • For hypoglycemics is to give them more sugar, more specifically, several small meals throughout the day seems to be a benefit to them.

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  • "There are oral hypoglycemics, but their metabolites would show up on the tox panel."

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  • Warnings - Pregnant or lactating women, diabetics, hypoglycemics, and people with known medical conditions and/or taking drugs should consult with a licensed physician and/or pharmacist prior to taking dietary supplements.

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  • Research Experience (1982-1987) Summer 1984 Dalhousie University - Studied the effects of oral hypoglycemics on skeletal muscle insulin sensitivity and responsiveness.

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  • Warnings: Pregnant or lactating women, diabetics, hypoglycemics, chronically ill, elderly, individuals under 18, people with known physician-diagnosed medical conditions and/or taking prescription medications should consult with a licensed physician, pharmacist or other qualified health-care professional prior to taking dietary supplements.

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  • Warnings: Caution: Diabetics, hypoglycemics, and pregnant/lactating women should consult with a qualified health practitioner before using.

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  • i'm a cardiologist. patient asked for a referral to endocrinologist. i referred her to the endocrinologist for diabeters management. patient was in on sq insulin and oral hypoglycemics and a1c9. the endocrine clinic apparently only accepts referrals from primary care docs. uh okay, why would that be, i asked? the receptionist kindly answered because otherwise they would have to manage the primary care problems.

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