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#520196 - 06/30/20 05:29 AM High sugars and inflammation
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Registered: 08/14/02
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Loc: Southern California
Any Diabetics out there? If so, do you notice that when your sugars are under control that your AS activity is better managed? I have noticed my knees swell more when my sugars are
high. Before I was diagnosed with diabetes, I had no idea my sugars were high.


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#520197 - 06/30/20 08:29 PM Re: High sugars and inflammation [Re: DonCA]
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Registered: 09/05/01
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Hey, Don!

Glad to see You. We left Anza and moved first to San Diego now Reno. I developed T2D and now on Ozempic and metformin also. NSD is good for this, as well as AS. I have been in remission for many years now and although I could eat just about anything and get away with it, AS-wise, I am back on the wagon due to diabetes!

Sugar is pro-inflammatory but unless there is an initial cytokine cascade, there should not be a problem except for the many other problems caused by high glucose.

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#520198 - 07/01/20 01:13 PM Re: High sugars and inflammation [Re: DonCA]
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when you reduce carbs sugars go down - High protein low Carbohydrates A1C drooped from 7.2 to 5.9 As under control without meds.

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