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Some persons who have excess weight may find that their blood sugars decline if there is weight loss
. This is because that some of the resistance to insulin is related to the fat in the body and reduction in the excess fat can lead , in some, to reduction in insulin resistance
and improved blood sugar readings.
If you have excess weight and lose 7% to 10% of your weight then the evidence shows that their would be a good effect on blood sugar and possibly change in medication dose but this would have to be discussed and determined by your doctor.
met contains two medications: metformin
which can help some persons with weight loss, it is definitely not associated with weight gain like some other diabetic medication. It also reduces resistance to insulin
The galvus part is the medication is also weight neutral: it does not cause weight gain or weight loss.
I hope this helps