Lila Grace Moss-Hock, uses an Omnipod tubeless insulin pump, Islit since _?_

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Oct 4, 2021, 12:05:26 AM10/4/21
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Lila Grace Moss-Hack, born 2002, shown in
the following photo with an Omnipod tube-
less insulin pump insertion on the left side
of her upper left leg:
https://www.instagram.com/p/CUUph48gu5O/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=aa9d98a9-983a-4004-b43c-20b4c2cc7ee1

I've been unable to find any information about
when Lila got Islit (Insulinitis, near-total to total
loss of endogenous insulin), what method she
uses to keep track of her glucose levels, what
insulin she uses, what her experiences have
been with her diagnosis & her dealing with Islit ...

... (primary area of interest, her dealing with low
glucose levels, severe hypoglycemia, & high glu-
cose levels). Sometimes ketoacidosis is involved
when one is diagnosed with Islit, & some have ...

... ketoacidosis issues & many have severe hypo-
glycemia battles in the years & decades following
Islit diagnosis which always requires total depen-
dence on exogenous insulin to try to stay alive
(until the cure or some advanced technology re-
lieves all with Islit from that burden / curse).
https://www.nbcnewyork.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/kate-moss-daughter-lila-walks-runway-with-insulin-pump/3304067/

Her mom, Kate Moss:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Moss

~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~

INSULINITIS (ISLIT)

New SUPERIOR clarifying name for near-
total to total loss of endogenous insulin
https://prohuman.net/pix2/new_superior_clarifying_name_is_INSULINITIS.jpg

The overwhelming majority of Islit caused by
autoimmune attacks on pancreatic beta cells
(Insulitis Islit) but there are

o 15 specific types of rapid onset Islit, a
rare condition (only present in < one-half
of 1% of Americans & in a much lower rate
in most of the world), when present is typ-
ically diagnosed at age under 30
(50% at age < 18, 20% at age 19 to 29)

o 1 slow onset specific type, Latent Autoim-
mune Islit, frequency unknown but per a
recent report, misdiagnosed as Cellosis
(new clarifying name for type 2 diabetes)
almost 40% of the time due to its slow
onset and its occurrence typically at age
over 30

Old outdated anachronistic name for Islit is
type 1 diabetes, confusing in that diabetes
without clarifier is often used to describe
this condition which is 1 of the 7 Disparate
High Glucose Conditions (DHGCs).

That makes figuring out which DHGC is actu-
ally being referred to (and it can be any one,
or some, or all of them when the diabetes
or diabetic word is used without clarifier)
confusing / difficult:
https://prohuman.net/pix2/diabetesdiabeticguessinggame.jpg
https://prohuman.net/pix2/diabetesdiabeticconfusion.jpg
https://prohuman.net/pix2/diabetesdiabeticendingthemisunderstanding.jpg

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It's estimated that 5% to 11% of Islit individuals
will die from severe hypoglycemia, the highest
risk of that being while sleeping (i.e., dead-in-
bed syndrome).

- - -

Shocking Misdiagnoses of Islit at All Ages
https://clinical.diabetesjournals.org/content/diaclin/37/3/276/F1.large.jpg

at ages 0-6 ........ 21%
at ages 7-12 ...... 15%
at ages 13-17 .... 14%
at ages 18-29 .... 30%
at ages 30-39 .... 46%
at ages 40-49 .... 48%
50+ .................... 55%

Table showing Islit primarily misdiagnosed as
- Cellosis (new superior clarifying name for
type 2 diabetes) in adults, 76.8%
- Flu/Viral Infection in children, 53.7%
https://clinical.diabetesjournals.org/highwire/markup/8771/expansion

Details on Shocking Islit Misdiagnoses &
Islit Ketoacidosis is the Leading Cause
of Death in Islit Children & Young Adults
https://clinical.diabetesjournals.org/content/37/3/276

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Insulin / Insulin Pump / CGM I use

Fiasp Ultra-Fast-Acting Insulin in a
tubeless Omnipod insulin pump catheter
placed into skin / pod with adhesive
stuck onto skin every 80 hours, control
via PDM (Personal Data Manager)
https://prohuman.net/pix2/Fiaspinsulin_tubelessOmnipodDASHinsulinpump.jpg

Dexcom G6 CGM (continuous glucose monitor)
https://prohuman.net/pix2/Dexcom_G6_CGM.jpg

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Diabetes Bubble / Diabetes Bubble Burst
Outstanding! https://prohuman.net/diabetesbubblediabetesbubbleburst.htm

C.ure I.nsulinitis A.ssociation
Please! https://prohuman.net/cureinsulinitisassociation.htm

Glucose Anomalies Research regarding
Potential Cures / Improvements in Treatments
Great! https://prohuman.net/glucoseanomaliesresearch.htm

Stop Diabetes/Diabetic Confusion
with New Superior Clarifying Terms
https://www.change.org/stopdiabetesdiabeticconfusionwithNewSuperiorClarifyingTerms

~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~

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Apr 24, 2022, 4:06:07 PMApr 24
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Follow-up:

On Sunday, October 3, 2021 at 11:05:26 PM UTC-5, _ wrote:

.> Lila Grace Moss-Hack, born 2002, shown in
.> the following photo with an Omnipod tube-
.> less insulin pump insertion on the left side
.> of her upper left leg:
.> https://www.instagram.com/p/CUUph48gu5O/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=aa9d98a9-983a-4004-b43c-20b4c2cc7ee1
.>
.> I've been unable to find any information about
.> when Lila got Islit (Insulinitis, near-total to total
.> loss of endogenous insulin), what method she

[The following clarifying insert, in brackets, clarity
regarding the actual superior name of the condition
that should be used to eliminate confusion when,
as happens all-too-often, the diabetes word is used
with no clarifier - for example, the following article
used diabetes without clarifier -5- times, using the ...

... clarifier "type one" 2 times; a photo shows Lila
saying "I'm diabetic, so I have this" (showing her
Omnipod Personal Data Manager - to avoid con-
fusion, Lila & everyone else should realize that
using the outdated words diabetes & diabetic
without clarifier should be avoided whenever ...

... possible: ideally, all the time, see sig for new
superior clarifying words for the 7 Disparate
High Glucose Conditions (DHGCs).

An Omnipod insulin pump is RARELY used by
individuals having any of the non-Islit DHGCs.
People having the most widspread DHGC, the
condition of Cellosis (old name type 2 diabetes),
a condition that about 95% of those with a DHGC
have, of that large percentage, only a very small ...

... minority (as low as 5%) use exogenous insulin
& most with Cellosis, even those who use exogen-
ous insulin, can go without exogenous insulin by
using non-insulin medications along with medically
recommended diet & exercise.

Ideally, the new superior Islit or Insulinitis words
should be used to clarify the exact condition be-
ing talked about, in place of the confusing ana-
chronistic diabetes & diabetic words, when solely
talking about the total or near-total loss of endo-
genous insulin.

Diabetes & diabetic, words born in a day & age
of ignorance about the disparate causes of the
7 Disparate High Glucose Conditions, it's long
past time for those ancient words to be buried
& never used again, replaced with the vastly
superior new clarifying words listed in my sig
(below).]

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April 23 2022

'It comes with me everywhere': Lila Moss, 19, reveals
she has an Apple AirTag attached to her insulin pump
reader [actually, it's called a Personal Data Manager &
is used to control her basal & bolus insulin dosages]
so she doesn't lose it as she discusses her [Islit] with
Vogue
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10745735/Lila-Moss-discusses-diabetes-Vogue.html
- - -

As for "Apple AirTag", the following article discusses
that: https://www.apple.com/airtag/

Unfortunately, as fate would have it, if you lose your
phone, "Apple AirTag" won't help you. In 9 years of
using an Omnipod insulin pump & various models
of continuous glucose monitors (mostly Dexcom) a
few months longer than using the Omnipod, occa-
sionally I have trouble finding my Omnipod PDM or ...

... Dexcom controller, but I haven't lost either of them
thus far.

Per the following link, underneath the subject "What
age was Lila Moss diagnosed with [Islit]? A T1D [Islit]
advocate who has been modeling since she was 14
and received her T1D [Islit] diagnosis at 12 ...
https://www.google.com/search?q=Lila+Moss+type+1+diabetes+at+age

I've been unable to ascertain whether Kate does or
does not use a continuous glucose monitor.

.> uses to keep track of her glucose levels, what
.> insulin she uses, what her experiences have
.> been with her diagnosis & her dealing with Islit ...
.>
.> ... (primary area of interest, her dealing with low
.> glucose levels, severe hypoglycemia, & high glu-
.> cose levels). Sometimes ketoacidosis is involved
.> when one is diagnosed with Islit, & some have ...
.>
.> ... ketoacidosis issues & many have severe hypo-
.> glycemia battles in the years & decades following
.> Islit diagnosis which always requires total depen-
.> dence on exogenous insulin to try to stay alive
.> (until the cure or some advanced technology re-
.> lieves all with Islit from that burden / curse).
.> https://www.nbcnewyork.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/kate-moss-daughter-lila-walks-runway-with-insulin-pump/3304067/
.>
.> Her mom, Kate Moss:
.> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Moss

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Pro-Humanist FREELOVER, Insulinitis (Islit)
since age 5, got it in March 1961
https://prohuman.net/pix2/new_superior_clarifying_name_is_INSULINITIS.jpg

C.ure I.nsulinitis A.ssociation
ASAP! https://prohuman.net/cureinsulinitisassociation.htm

Glucose Anomalies Research regarding
Potential Cures / Improvements in Treatments
The Sooner The Better! https://prohuman.net/glucoseanomaliesresearch.htm

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The old confusing way which all-too-often
involves folks using the diabetes / diabetic
words without a clarifier:

diabetes / diabetic without a clarifier,
diabetes / diabetic guessing required
https://prohuman.net/pix2/diabetesdiabeticguessinggame.jpg

- - -

Logic and reasoning behind ceasing using
diabetes & diabetic & reactive hypoglycemia
words and phrases, replacing all that with
vastly superior names, ending diabetes &
diabetic & reactive hypoglycemia confusion,
misleading, & misunderstanding:

Diabetes Bubble / Diabetes Bubble Burst
Splendid! https://prohuman.net/diabetesbubblediabetesbubbleburst.htm

- - -

Disparate High Glucose Conditions,
DHGCs, 7 disparate categories of
unpreventability / nonreversibility
of all-but-one of the specific types
of DHGCs (thus far, research actively
trying to change that):

o 15 specific types of rapid-onset Insul-
initis (Islit), unpreventable & nonrevers-
ible (thus far), the overwhelming majority
with Islit have Insulitis Islit (sometimes
called type 1 diabetes, often confusingly
called diabetes with no clarifier)
https://prohuman.net/pix2/new_superior_clarifying_name_is_INSULINITIS.jpg

14 specific types of Islit are not caused
by Insulitis, present in a small minority
of those with Islit.

o 1 specific type of slow-onset Islit, Latent
Autoimmune Islit, also unpreventable &
nonreversible (thus far) (sometimes called
latent autoimmune diabetes in adults, often
confusingly called diabetes with no clarifier)

o Preventable Cellosis is the only specific
type of DHGC that is preventable & revers-
ible (in many, sometimes it's called type 2
diabetes, often confusingly called diabetes
with no clarifier)

Risk for Preventable Cellosis, Hypertension,
& Cardiovascular Disease increases as one's
weight increases but BMI risk increases at
lower BMI levels in non-white individuals:
https://prohuman.net/pix2/BMI-WaistCircumference-Cellosis&Hypertension&CardiovascularDisease-Risk.jpg
https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-05-bmi-offs-obesity-diabetes-non-white.html

PreCellosis (often confusingly called pre-
diabetes with no clarifier) is the oft-times
preventable & reversible Cellosis precondi-
tion that all-too-often the overwhelming ma-
jority having it are unaware they have it

o 20 specific types of Cellosis, unpreven-
table & nonreversible (thus far, sometimes
called type 2 diabetes, all-too-often con-
fusingly called diabetes with no clarifier)

o 1 specific type of DHGC only occurring
in the late stage of impregnation in women,
a type that's transient but that increases
risk of later getting Cellosis, that ...

... condition called Gestational Cellosis
(sometimes called gestational diabetes,
sometimes confusingly called diabetes with
no clarifier).

o 11 specific types of Diminosis (new name
created in 2010 for a monogenic condition
> age 6 months that sometimes is called
maturity onset diabetes of the young, some-
times confusingly called diabetes with no
clarifier), unpreventable & non-reversible
(thus far).

o 12 specific types of Neonatal Diminosis
(new name created in 2010 for a monogenic
condition at age < or = 6 months that some-
times is called neonatal diabetes, sometimes
confusingly called diabetes with no ...

... clarifier), 8 types are permanent & unpre-
ventable & nonreversible (thus far); 4 specific
types are transient but can recur.

o 25 specific types of Ohiglucons (new name
created in 2010 for other diabetes mellitus,
but often confusingly called diabetes with
no clarifier).

23 specific types are totally unpreventable.

Hemochromatosis Ohiglucon, is only preventa-
ble if Hemochromatosis is found and treated
before it damages the pancreas.

Immunosuppressants Ohiglucon, caused after
a transplant with the required use of immun-
osuppressants, 50% is temporary, but if it
persists for over a year, most likely the condi-
tion is permanent.

If endogenous insulin production is near-totally
to totally lost & does not recover after immuno-
suppressants dosages reduced, it causes Im-
munosuppressants Islit.

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A mostly Non-Glucose Anomaly, Insipidus, it's
also unpreventable & nonreversible (thus far):

o 6 specific types of Insipidus (new name
created in 2010 for diabetes insipidus, some-
times confusingly called diabetes with no clar-
ifier), 4 specific types don't include high glucose
& are unpreventable & nonreversible (thus far),
2 specific rare types do include high glucose &
are unpreventable & nonreversible (thus far).

- - -

The following condition is apart from the
diabetes confusion problem, but has confu-
sion issues of its own.

A Low Glucose Condition, Hut:

o The 21 specific types of Hut (new name
created in 2010 for Hypoglycemia Uncaused
by Treatments for High Glucose, often con-
fusingly called reactive hypoglycemia, con-
fusing in that it does not occur as a reac-
tion to treatment for High Glucose; one ...

... form sometimes called hyperinsulinism),
some specific types are preventable & rever-
sible, some aren't (thus far).

- - -

. Insulin / Insulin Pump / CGM I use
.
. Fiasp Ultra-Fast-Acting Insulin in a
. tubeless Omnipod insulin pump catheter
. placed into skin / pod with adhesive
. stuck onto skin every 80 hours, control
. via PDM (Personal Data Manager)
. https://prohuman.net/pix2/Fiaspinsulin_tubelessOmnipodDASHinsulinpump.jpg
.
. Dexcom G6 CGM (continuous glucose monitor)
. https://prohuman.net/pix2/Dexcom_G6_CGM.jpg

- - -

. Stop Diabetes/Diabetic Confusion
. with New Superior Clarifying Terms
. https://www.change.org/stopdiabetesdiabeticconfusionwithNewSuperiorClarifyingTerms

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_

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May 13, 2022, 10:47:14 AMMay 13
to
Follow-up 2:

Lila is using a Freestyle Libre continuous
glucose monitor. I was unaware that the
Freestyle Libre 2 CGM had been approved
in the U.S., so I'm checking to see if I can
get one as their website says it has already
been approved to connect to Omnipod 5.

I've also contacted Omnipod to ascertain
if I can get the new Omnipod 5 device.

May 12 2022
https://www.insider.com/lila-moss-wears-diabetes-glucose-monitor-in-new-fashion-campaign-2022-5

Photo: Lila wearing the Freestyle Libre CGM
on her left arm:
https://www.instagram.com/p/CdV-nUxAQ_E/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=1f755484-a884-4277-8ece-2d0b6c253f64

Photo: Lila wearing the Omnipod on her left
hip & the Freestyle Libre on her right arm:
https://i.insider.com/627ce77427d5960019ee392b?width=1000&format=jpeg&auto=webp

The article, as is typical, confusingly uses
the diabetes or diabetic words without any
clarifier 9 times, using "type 1" 2 times. To
clear up confusion, the article should've
used the vastly superior Islit (Insulinitis,
near-total to total loss of endogenous ...

... insulin) word in every mention of Lila's
condition & the devices Lila uses to pump
insulin & monitor her glucose levels contin-
uously.

On Sunday, April 24, 2022 at 3:06:07 PM UTC-5, _ wrote:

.> Follow-up:

> On Sunday, October 3, 2021 at 11:05:26 PM UTC-5, _ wrote:

/> .> Lila Grace Moss-Hack, born 2002, shown in
/> .> the following photo with an Omnipod tube-
/> .> less insulin pump insertion on the left side
/> .> of her upper left leg:
/> .> https://www.instagram.com/p/CUUph48gu5O/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=aa9d98a9-983a-4004-b43c-20b4c2cc7ee1
/> .>
/> .> I've been unable to find any information about
/> .> when Lila got Islit (Insulinitis, near-total to total
/> .> loss of endogenous insulin), what method she

.> [The following clarifying insert, in brackets, clarity
.> regarding the actual superior name of the condition
.> that should be used to eliminate confusion when,
.> as happens all-too-often, the diabetes word is used
.> with no clarifier - for example, the following article
.> used diabetes without clarifier -5- times, using the ...
.>
.> ... clarifier "type one" 2 times; a photo shows Lila
.> saying "I'm diabetic, so I have this" (showing her
.> Omnipod Personal Data Manager - to avoid con-
.> fusion, Lila & everyone else should realize that
.> using the outdated words diabetes & diabetic
.> without clarifier should be avoided whenever ...
.>
.> ... possible: ideally, all the time, see sig for new
.> superior clarifying words for the 7 Disparate
.> High Glucose Conditions (DHGCs).
.>
.> An Omnipod insulin pump is RARELY used by
.> individuals having any of the non-Islit DHGCs.
.> People having the most widspread DHGC, the
.> condition of Cellosis (old name type 2 diabetes),
.> a condition that about 95% of those with a DHGC
.> have, of that large percentage, only a very small ...
.>
.> ... minority (as low as 5%) use exogenous insulin
.> & most with Cellosis, even those who use exogen-
.> ous insulin, can go without exogenous insulin by
.> using non-insulin medications along with medically
.> recommended diet & exercise.
.>
.> Ideally, the new superior Islit or Insulinitis words
.> should be used to clarify the exact condition be-
.> ing talked about, in place of the confusing ana-
.> chronistic diabetes & diabetic words, when solely
.> talking about the total or near-total loss of endo-
.> genous insulin.
.>
.> Diabetes & diabetic, words born in a day & age
.> of ignorance about the disparate causes of the
.> 7 Disparate High Glucose Conditions, it's long
.> past time for those ancient words to be buried
.> & never used again, replaced with the vastly
.> superior new clarifying words listed in my sig
.> (below).]
.>
.> - - -
.> April 23 2022
.>
.> 'It comes with me everywhere': Lila Moss, 19, reveals
.> she has an Apple AirTag attached to her insulin pump
.> reader [actually, it's called a Personal Data Manager &
.> is used to control her basal & bolus insulin dosages]
.> so she doesn't lose it as she discusses her [Islit] with
.> Vogue
.> https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10745735/Lila-Moss-discusses-diabetes-Vogue.html
.> - - -
.>
.> As for "Apple AirTag", the following article discusses
.> that: https://www.apple.com/airtag/
.>
.> Unfortunately, as fate would have it, if you lose your
.> phone, "Apple AirTag" won't help you. In 9 years of
.> using an Omnipod insulin pump & various models
.> of continuous glucose monitors (mostly Dexcom) a
.> few months longer than using the Omnipod, occa-
.> sionally I have trouble finding my Omnipod PDM or ...
.>
.> ... Dexcom controller, but I haven't lost either of them
.> thus far.
.>
.> Per the following link, underneath the subject "What
.> age was Lila Moss diagnosed with [Islit]? A T1D [Islit]
.> advocate who has been modeling since she was 14
.> and received her T1D [Islit] diagnosis at 12 ...
.> https://www.google.com/search?q=Lila+Moss+type+1+diabetes+at+age
.>
.> I've been unable to ascertain whether Kate does or
.> does not use a continuous glucose monitor.

See above, she uses a Freestyle Libre CGM.

/> .> uses to keep track of her glucose levels, what
/> .> insulin she uses, what her experiences have
/> .> been with her diagnosis & her dealing with Islit ...
/> .>
/> .> ... (primary area of interest, her dealing with low
/> .> glucose levels, severe hypoglycemia, & high glu-
/> .> cose levels). Sometimes ketoacidosis is involved
/> .> when one is diagnosed with Islit, & some have ...
/> .>
/> .> ... ketoacidosis issues & many have severe hypo-
/> .> glycemia battles in the years & decades following
/> .> Islit diagnosis which always requires total depen-
/> .> dence on exogenous insulin to try to stay alive
/> .> (until the cure or some advanced technology re-
/> .> lieves all with Islit from that burden / curse).
/> .> https://www.nbcnewyork.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/kate-moss-daughter-lila-walks-runway-with-insulin-pump/3304067/
/> .>
/> .> Her mom, Kate Moss:
/> .> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Moss

.> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
.>
.> Pro-Humanist FREELOVER, Insulinitis (Islit)
.> since age 5, got it in March 1961
.> https://prohuman.net/pix2/new_superior_clarifying_name_is_INSULINITIS.jpg
.>
.> C.ure I.nsulinitis A.ssociation
.> ASAP! https://prohuman.net/cureinsulinitisassociation.htm
.> Glucose Anomalies Research regarding
.> Potential Cures / Improvements in Treatments
.> The Sooner The Better! https://prohuman.net/glucoseanomaliesresearch.htm
.>
.> - - -
.>
.> The old confusing way which all-too-often
.> involves folks using the diabetes / diabetic
.> words without a clarifier:
.>
.> diabetes / diabetic without a clarifier,
.> diabetes / diabetic guessing required
.> https://prohuman.net/pix2/diabetesdiabeticguessinggame.jpg
.>
.> - - -
.>
.> Logic and reasoning behind ceasing using
.> diabetes & diabetic & reactive hypoglycemia
.> words and phrases, replacing all that with
.> vastly superior names, ending diabetes &
.> diabetic & reactive hypoglycemia confusion,
.> misleading, & misunderstanding:
.> Diabetes Bubble / Diabetes Bubble Burst
.> Splendid! https://prohuman.net/diabetesbubblediabetesbubbleburst.htm
.>
.> - - -
.>
.> Disparate High Glucose Conditions,
.> DHGCs, 7 disparate categories of
.> unpreventability / nonreversibility
.> of all-but-one of the specific types
.> of DHGCs (thus far, research actively
.> trying to change that):
.>
.> o 15 specific types of rapid-onset Insul-
.> initis (Islit), unpreventable & nonrevers-
.> ible (thus far), the overwhelming majority
.> with Islit have Insulitis Islit (sometimes
.> called type 1 diabetes, often confusingly
.> called diabetes with no clarifier)
.> https://prohuman.net/pix2/new_superior_clarifying_name_is_INSULINITIS.jpg
.>
.> 14 specific types of Islit are not caused
.> by Insulitis, present in a small minority
.> of those with Islit.
.>
.> o 1 specific type of slow-onset Islit, Latent
.> Autoimmune Islit, also unpreventable &
.> nonreversible (thus far) (sometimes called
.> latent autoimmune diabetes in adults, often
.> confusingly called diabetes with no clarifier)
.>
.> o Preventable Cellosis is the only specific
.> type of DHGC that is preventable & revers-
.> ible (in many, sometimes it's called type 2
.> diabetes, often confusingly called diabetes
.> with no clarifier)
.>
.> Risk for Preventable Cellosis, Hypertension,
.> & Cardiovascular Disease increases as one's
.> weight increases but BMI risk increases at
.> lower BMI levels in non-white individuals:
.> https://prohuman.net/pix2/BMI-WaistCircumference-Cellosis&Hypertension&CardiovascularDisease-Risk.jpg
.> https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-05-bmi-offs-obesity-diabetes-non-white.html
.>
.> PreCellosis (often confusingly called pre-
.> diabetes with no clarifier) is the oft-times
.> preventable & reversible Cellosis precondi-
.> tion that all-too-often the overwhelming ma-
.> jority having it are unaware they have it
.>
.> o 20 specific types of Cellosis, unpreven-
.> table & nonreversible (thus far, sometimes
.> called type 2 diabetes, all-too-often con-
.> fusingly called diabetes with no clarifier)
.>
.> o 1 specific type of DHGC only occurring
.> in the late stage of impregnation in women,
.> a type that's transient but that increases
.> risk of later getting Cellosis, that ...
.>
.> ... condition called Gestational Cellosis
.> (sometimes called gestational diabetes,
.> sometimes confusingly called diabetes with
.> no clarifier).
.>
.> o 11 specific types of Diminosis (new name
.> created in 2010 for a monogenic condition
.> > age 6 months that sometimes is called
.> maturity onset diabetes of the young, some-
.> times confusingly called diabetes with no
.> clarifier), unpreventable & non-reversible
.> (thus far).
.>
.> o 12 specific types of Neonatal Diminosis
.> (new name created in 2010 for a monogenic
.> condition at age < or = 6 months that some-
.> times is called neonatal diabetes, sometimes
.> confusingly called diabetes with no ...
.>
.> ... clarifier), 8 types are permanent & unpre-
.> ventable & nonreversible (thus far); 4 specific
.> types are transient but can recur.
.>
.> o 25 specific types of Ohiglucons (new name
.> created in 2010 for other diabetes mellitus,
.> but often confusingly called diabetes with
.> no clarifier).
.>
.> 23 specific types are totally unpreventable.
.>
.> Hemochromatosis Ohiglucon, is only preventa-
.> ble if Hemochromatosis is found and treated
.> before it damages the pancreas.
.>
.> Immunosuppressants Ohiglucon, caused after
.> a transplant with the required use of immun-
.> osuppressants, 50% is temporary, but if it
.> persists for over a year, most likely the condi-
.> tion is permanent.
.>
.> If endogenous insulin production is near-totally
.> to totally lost & does not recover after immuno-
.> suppressants dosages reduced, it causes Im-
.> munosuppressants Islit.
.>
.> - - -
.>
.> A mostly Non-Glucose Anomaly, Insipidus, it's
.> also unpreventable & nonreversible (thus far):
.>
.> o 6 specific types of Insipidus (new name
.> created in 2010 for diabetes insipidus, some-
.> times confusingly called diabetes with no clar-
.> ifier), 4 specific types don't include high glucose
.> & are unpreventable & nonreversible (thus far),
.> 2 specific rare types do include high glucose &
.> are unpreventable & nonreversible (thus far).
.>
.> - - -
.>
.> The following condition is apart from the
.> diabetes confusion problem, but has confu-
.> sion issues of its own.
.>
.> A Low Glucose Condition, Hut:
.>
.> o The 21 specific types of Hut (new name
.> created in 2010 for Hypoglycemia Uncaused
.> by Treatments for High Glucose, often con-
.> fusingly called reactive hypoglycemia, con-
.> fusing in that it does not occur as a reac-
.> tion to treatment for High Glucose; one ...
.>
.> ... form sometimes called hyperinsulinism),
.> some specific types are preventable & rever-
.> sible, some aren't (thus far).
.>
.> - - -

/> . Insulin / Insulin Pump / CGM I use
/> .
/> . Fiasp Ultra-Fast-Acting Insulin in a
/> . tubeless Omnipod insulin pump catheter
/> . placed into skin / pod with adhesive
/> . stuck onto skin every 80 hours, control
/> . via PDM (Personal Data Manager)
/> . https://prohuman.net/pix2/Fiaspinsulin_tubelessOmnipodDASHinsulinpump.jpg
/> .
/> . Dexcom G6 CGM (continuous glucose monitor)
/> . https://prohuman.net/pix2/Dexcom_G6_CGM.jpg
.>
.> - - -
.>
/> . Stop Diabetes/Diabetic Confusion
/> . with New Superior Clarifying Terms
/> . https://www.change.org/stopdiabetesdiabeticconfusionwithNewSuperiorClarifyingTerms
.>
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