A Dose of Dr. E: These 4 Minutes Can Save Your Life- Don’t Die of Heart Disease!

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    Great advice. Looking forward to learning more this Wednesday.

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    I think he is great with his advice. I was at a conference with him. He speaks in easily understandable words. This tip on the heart is fantastic. Thank you dr. 😁

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      Glad you enjoyed it, Virginia! 🙂

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    Thank you Dr. Edelman – I am always looking for your advice.

    I am type 1 with osteoporosis. Do you treat your type 1 patients with fosamax, actonel, etc?

    Wishing you perfect blood sugar readings,
    Alexandra

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      Yes..those meds are perfectly fine for type 1 and 2 diabetes. Protect those bones!

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    I have a history of heart disease in my family, and as a type 2 diabetic have been keeping close tabs on this. Thanks for the info, Dr. E….just had my metabolic panel done and I’m within range with everything you said. However, it is good to know what to strive for – sometimes you just look at the report and it have no idea what everything means! Always appreciate your input, especially from someone who is living with diabetes and understands the frustrations that go with blood sugar control!!!

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      Thanks for your comment, Linda, and way to go on taking control!

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    Hi Dr. E;
    What role if any does exercise have in the patient outcomes?

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      A big role – there is too much data to count showing the benefits of exercise, especially in people with diabetes.

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