Why can’t diabetics lose weight?

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Having obesity makes you more likely to develop diabetes, the condition of having too much glucose (sugar) circulating in your bloodstream.

Also, weight gain in people with type 2 diabetes makes blood sugar levels even harder to control.

Many patients with diabetes at their initial presentation, commonly complain about excessive weight gain and not being able to lose weight.

Research has shown that weight gain is a common symptom of diabetes and other insulin-related medical conditions.

Compared with people who do not have diabetes, young adults with type 1 diabetes have a higher risk of developing excess body weight or obesity.

You wonder why can’t diabetics lose weight?

Losing weight with insulin resistance is more difficult because your body converts blood sugar into fat instead of energy.

This video will explain why and it will also tell you how to lose weight fast and easily with diabetes.

It is created for educational purposes and awareness around different topics. Video may or may not be able to go fully in-depth in such a limited time. Please seek out a professional if you need help.

If you care about health, please read studies about weight loss drug that could strongly benefit people with type 2 diabetes, and daily habit that could effectively prevent type 2 diabetes.

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