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Are thin legs a symptom of diabetes?

Hello,

Please help – ever since I started using insulin (I was diagonsed last year with Type 1 diabetes) my legs are getting thinner and thinner every day.

What can I do for them to gain weight a bit?

– Yvonne

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  1. I would never agree with people that told me that not having a breakfast would
    help, for our metabolism slows down as we sleep and breakfast helps to speed it up
    with the digestion of food. This exercise is the quickest way you can lose inches from your waist.
    If you continue running for 15 to 20 minutes the body will want to preserve your available carbohydrates (since less are available), and the body will shift it’s processes back to burning more fat
    up to the 60 percent level again.

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