1. What are the essential components for controlling Type II diabetes?

1. What are the essential components for controlling Type II diabetes? 2. What are some differences between Type I diabetes and Type II diabetes? 3. Using the exchange system, if a person ate two fat exchanges with a meal, such as one-quarter of an avocado, how many calories would he or she get from the avocado? 4. How can using an exchange list help a person with diabetes maintain his or her health? 5. Using carbohydrate counting, how many grams of carbohydrates does a ham sandwich contain? 6. What is the carbohydrate counting method, and how is it used in diet control?

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While you didn't provide us with any choices - the answer is clear. When someone suffers from a lessened ability of blood to carry oxygen, this would mean that this person suffers from a condition we call anemia.

Anemia is exactly this - a condition where the sufferer has a lessened ability to transport oxygen through his bloodstream. 
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