debate about whether diabetes patients who don't use insulin benefit from monitoring their blood sugar

You'll hear more debate about whether diabetes patients who don't use insulin benefit from monitoring their blood sugar.

It's controversial because guidelines support self-monitoring in these patients...but it's NOT proven to improve outcomes.

Proponents say self-monitoring helps some patients get to goal...and understand how their actions affect blood sugar control. It can be a great educational tool for reinforcing diet, exercise, and weight loss.

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