“Type 2 diabetes turned me into a runner and an advocate. In 2006, at 39 yrs. old, chest pains landed me in the ER; I thought I was having a heart attack. Fifty pounds' overweight, poor eating habits, and lack of exercise made me the latest victim of diabetes. After three days in the hospital, I headed home for drastic life changes. Denial, depression, and anger set in. Eventually, the bad turned into good, as I started eating healthy, dropped 45 pounds, and began walking regularly. In late 2008, I transitioned to running (slowly!) and have completed six 5K runs, two 10Ks, and most recently, my first half marathon, with three more planned next year! Though I often fight illness, and still deal with the occasional anger and depression about having diabetes, I am thankful for the many positive changes diabetes has brought into my life.”
-- Robin LeRoy-Kyle, Age 43, Type 2 diabetes
“In August of 2002, weighing in at 220 pounds, I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. I was put on oral medication told to lose weight. This was very hard for me to hear, as I had been a yo-yo dieter ALL my life. I was an overweight child, who grew up to be an overweight teen, adult and then a yo-yo dieter. However, I followed my doctor suggested that I take a diabetes class to help get me started. I also as did a lot of research on my own. I lost 65 pounds! Three years after my diagnosis, I was taken off of the medication. I now control my diabetes through eating a proper diet and exercise. I have my A1C checked every 6 months and my numbers have still been good. It has now been over seven years that I have kept the weight off and five years that I have been off of the medication. I'm living proof…It can be done!”
-- Angela Myles, Age 40, Type 2 diabetes
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