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Talk with her doctor and a referenced nutritionist.
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Diabetes Type 2 is a treatable condition. First of all, leave off all processed foods and processed meat. Eat a clean diet of raw vegetables, lots of salads with spinach, onions, mushrooms, Romaine lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, red bell peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers and the like. Eat green beans, asparagus, spinach and little starch. Leave off ALL bread. Bake or broil your meats. Limit beef and pork to 1X weekly each. Boil eggs and add to salads or eat for breakfast 2 - 3 times weekly. Eat oatmeal - whole rolled oats. Eat starchy vegetables sparingly. Change from white rice to brown rice. Change from Irish potatoes to sweet potatoes. Drop dairy. No sodas, No sugar! Limit fruit to 1 serving per day. See how fast the diabetes diagnosis reverses. This is how my father stayed off insulin. Look up the work of Dr. Gabrielle Cousins. He reverses diabetes in 30 days - even type 1, childhood diabetes with diet.
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Every elderly person, or older person ages differently. As she gets older, in 10 or 15 years time, diabetes can be controlled or maybe not. There will be days when she may struggle with life, and days when she is fine. It is very hard to determine a future for anybody. Lets just hope she stays in relatively good health for the next period of time. Hope that has been of some help to you.
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She looks like sensor towers? I think this is one of those questions not meant to make sense.
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I'm not sure what you are asking, it sounds like you might be wondering what complications to look out for, as she is now 60. I'm not a doctor, but I do know diabetes can cause heart attacks. Perhaps you could add a few more details to your question, so people here can offer their thoughts and experience.
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