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Wenza Njani Ukuze Ihlale Ikwisimo Esiryt
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posted February 10
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Hi, for me, I do Low Carb. It isn't easy, at times. However, it brought my A1C down to 5.6. I do take supplements. I know it is hard to wrap your head around it all. However, Carbs (bad ones) do raise our levels. I can suggest you to do some research if you can. Weight sometimes plays a role, however, thin people can also have type 2. Lots of water helps you as well. Ask about your A1C levels, all doctors can send you to a place that teaches you what you should eat and not it. I read labels. There is a lot of hidden sugers in your food.

posted February 11
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Can someone help translate here

I believe this is written in Xhosa but may be a dialect because I can't quite nail down

The best I got is maybe

"How do you keep in good shape" (literal)

but can't determine whether the ask is about blood sugar, weight or general health??

posted February 10

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