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Clayton Harmon

Jul 1, 2001
Diagnosed 1950 at the age of 30.



Insulin

Morning 6N, 6H; Lunch 6H; Dinner 8H; Bedtime 11N.



Blood glucose levels

Test four times per day.

Average BG is 125 mg/dl.



HbA1c

Last one was 5.4%. Has kept it below 6% for the last five years.



Food

"I like greens-mustard greens and turnip greens, collards. I eat a lot of vegetables-green beans, peas, salads. I always eat oatmeal for breakfast."

Says he eats according to what his BG levels are.



Exercise

None currently due to leg injury.



Complications

Laser treatment on both eyes.

Takes Vasotec for kidneys-some protein leakage.

Categories: A1c Test, Blood Glucose, Food, Heroes, Insulin



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