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Diane Abbott has Type 2 diabetes

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She is returning to work thank goodness, lets hope she recovers quickly, poor woman has suffered and still wants to get back to work. What a trooper. Read More
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1m, 6d agoPosted 1 month, 6 days ago
She is returning to work thank goodness, lets hope she recovers quickly, poor woman has suffered and still wants to get back to work.

What a trooper.
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1m, 6d agoPosted 1 month, 6 days ago
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What next, Corbyn was raised by wolves, May hit puberty at age 6 and Johnson needs regular monkey blood transfusions.

She's got an illness that millions suffer from but live a normal life with. If she's expecting any sympathy then too bad.
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she should not be in office. she was blaming her terrible interviews on this illness, well what if she was in control of our police force and started making real life decisions that were supposedly effected by this illness.

I'm not saying you can't work with having this but you can't blame all of those terrible performances on this and then say yeah but I'll be fine later.

she's incompetent
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dunno
Apparently she is blaming it on white people rather than her lifestyle.


How many has she eaten?
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Will have to send her some chocolates as way of thanking her for her services in politics.
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Type 1 diabetes is more serious, requiring insulin. Typically people are born with the condition. Type 2 is preventable in many cases. If you allow yourself to be overweight in middle age, that's the route you are on. Diane Abbott is photographed in the House of Commons bars drinking alcohol, and she has been overweight for years. Self indulgence (_ ;)

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Helpful advice for people on how to avoid T2 Diabetes.

If you're at risk of type 2 diabetes, you may be able to prevent it developing by making lifestyle changes.
These include:
eating a healthy, balanced diet
losing weight if you're overweight, and maintaining a healthy weight
stopping smoking if you smoke
drinking alcohol in moderation
taking plenty of regular exercise


Edited By: davewave on Jun 14, 2017 06:32: Jun 14, 2017 06:32
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Lift weights. Body composition is important.
suspended#4
Poor thing. I've just heard May has had type2 for most of her life..
Thank god for the NHS.
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JumpMan1980
Lift weights. Body composition is important.


doesn't that make ones neck thick?
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she should not be in office. she was blaming her terrible interviews on this illness, well what if she was in control of our police force and started making real life decisions that were supposedly effected by this illness.

I'm not saying you can't work with having this but you can't blame all of those terrible performances on this and then say yeah but I'll be fine later.

she's incompetent
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Chiptivo
Poor thing. I've just heard May has had type2 for most of her life..
Thank god for the NHS.
yeah, lets hope the NHS prioritize Diane's unfortunate situation,

as above NHS advice she will need to count her calories and so will need all the support she can get.

Get better soon Diane!!!!
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Perhaps Theresa May should now have her frontal lobe checked out!
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Diane Abbott should take up running and wholegrain foods. Worked wonders for our PM (who is type 1 diabetic).

She calls it the "Fields of Wheat Diet".
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What next, Corbyn was raised by wolves, May hit puberty at age 6 and Johnson needs regular monkey blood transfusions.

She's got an illness that millions suffer from but live a normal life with. If she's expecting any sympathy then too bad.
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Type 1 diabetes is more serious, requiring insulin. Typically people are born with the condition. Type 2 is preventable in many cases. If you allow yourself to be overweight in middle age, that's the route you are on. Diane Abbott is photographed in the House of Commons bars drinking alcohol, and she has been overweight for years. Self indulgence (_ ;)
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No sympathy what so ever. Summer's right it can be preventable. Stay away from the chicken n chip's & the booze.
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Will have to send her some chocolates as way of thanking her for her services in politics.
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davewave
yeah, lets hope the NHS prioritize Diane's unfortunate situation, as above NHS advice she will need to count her calories and so will need all the support she can get. Get better soon Diane!!!!

I sincerely hope she gets better soon,, I will suggest an EARLY RETREMENT will help her.
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I dont believe a word of it. She was hidden away because she was a liability to the Labour party. Those who voted for her need help?
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stuarthanley
Will have to send her some chocolates as way of thanking her for her services in politics.

“Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you're going to get.”

Life is like a box of chocolates; it doesn't last long for fat people :3

Edited By: summerof76 on Jun 14, 2017 09:09: Jun 14, 2017 09:09
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Zero sympathy, Type 2 is entirely preventable and curable but requires effort and compliance by the patient, the NHS cant cure Type 2 but patients can.
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Yes it's preventable and yes it's probably caused by her lifestyle choices.

But here in this thread you have users goading her and saying they will send her chocolate.

I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.
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summerof76
stuarthanley
Will have to send her some chocolates as way of thanking her for her services in politics.
“Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you're going to get.”
Life is like a box of chocolates; it doesn't last long for fat people :3

that is so funny. i burst out laughing reading this.

not exactly true as although i am not into chocolates normally, when i do buy a box of chocolates that i like, it doesn't last long and i am forever opening the fridge until it finishes. i am quite slim so whether you are fat or slim bears no correlation as to how quickly you can eat the chocolates. lol.
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dtovey89
Yes it's preventable and yes it's probably caused by her lifestyle choices. But here in this thread you have users goading her and saying they will send her chocolate. I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.

I feel your tears.
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dtovey89
I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.

And, strangely enough, most of them seem to be Conservative party supporters. Does that come as any surprise?
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I wish her well but type 2 diabetes is a national epidemic that puts a huge strain on the NHS. It would be helpful if she used her affliction to educate others. Sadly this is a debate that few in politics seem willing to have.

As for the effect it had on her ability to campaign, I can understand that I suppose but I think it's simply as excuse.

And for those having a pop at Tories in this thread, I imagine they'd have made similar comments if May had put her poor performances down to her own (type 1) diabetes.
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DKLS
Zero sympathy, Type 2 is entirely preventable and curable but requires effort and compliance by the patient, the NHS cant cure Type 2 but patients can.


Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.

Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.
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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.

People who eat too much are, on the whole, perfectly well aware of the effect that it has on their health. They know that they are risking their lives but they keep on doing it. I doubt that the prospect of having to pay for their treatment, which in any case is likely if Mrs May can wheedle a parliamentary majority, will make much difference

Perhaps we need something more radical like, say, kicking all the US fast food chains out of the UK. It's not as if they actually contribute anything to society.
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ceres
Chiptivo
Poor thing. I've just heard May has had type2 for most of her life..
Thank god for the NHS.
No. She doesn't. She has Type 1 diabetes which is a very different condition. She manages it with insulin injections.
Abbott replaced days before the election after a series of car crash interviews
Now said it was because she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes two years ago
Abbott accused Tories of most vicious general election campaign in memory

everywhere i look it says type 2?
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RonChew
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.
People who eat too much are, on the whole, perfectly well aware of the effect that it has on their health. They know that they are risking their lives but they keep on doing it. I doubt that the prospect of having to pay for their treatment, which in any case is likely if Mrs May can wheedle a parliamentary majority, will make much difference
Perhaps we need something more radical like, say, kicking all the US fast food chains out of the UK. It's not as if they actually contribute anything to society.

Well I for one am shocked that a Labour voter is dismissing the notion of personal responsibility. Shocked I say.

And yes they contribute jobs and many people eat them responsibly in moderation. Nobody put the burger in your hand Ron ( and yes I'm certain you'll say that you're in good health too).
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RonChew
dtovey89
I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.

And, strangely enough, most of them seem to be Conservative party supporters. Does that come as any surprise?


not really, left leaning posters happy to support those who trot out the race card like sicknote Abbott even when she has brought this condition on herself to a large extent.

Glad Labour lost btw just in case of any confusion.

Hope she recovers soon and she can start retraining for that Maths GCSE.
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HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
DKLS
Zero sympathy, Type 2 is entirely preventable and curable but requires effort and compliance by the patient, the NHS cant cure Type 2 but patients can.
Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.
Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.

Not convinced that forcing people to pay for treatment would be viable or appropriate, however it is something that needs to be addressed. I know that its good on here to blame all the NHS's woes on the government, but thats only part of the picture, non compliance is costing the NHS millions.

I haven't heard of any magic pill that will give patients willpower to walk past the cakes. I love cake, cake is my friend, but I work in a sedentary office job and have a hatred of exercise so limit my cake input accordingly to avoid becoming a chuffer. Its not easy when the pleasure centre of my brain is demanding cake like a druggie craves crack, but it can be done.
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DKLS
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
DKLS
Zero sympathy, Type 2 is entirely preventable and curable but requires effort and compliance by the patient, the NHS cant cure Type 2 but patients can.
Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.
Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.
Not convinced that forcing people to pay for treatment would be viable or appropriate, however it is something that needs to be addressed. I know that its good on here to blame all the NHS's woes on the government, but thats only part of the picture, non compliance is costing the NHS millions.
I haven't heard of any magic pill that will give patients willpower to walk past the cakes. I love cake, cake is my friend, but I work in a sedentary office job and have a hatred of exercise so limit my cake input accordingly to avoid becoming a chuffer. Its not easy when the pleasure centre of my brain is demanding cake like a druggie craves crack, but it can be done.

I've also had the cake disease my entire life.

cake is life.
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stuarthanley
dtovey89
Yes it's preventable and yes it's probably caused by her lifestyle choices.
But here in this thread you have users goading her and saying they will send her chocolate.
I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.
I feel your tears.

Imagine taking joy out of mocking people with diabetes.
#31
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
RonChew
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.
People who eat too much are, on the whole, perfectly well aware of the effect that it has on their health. They know that they are risking their lives but they keep on doing it. I doubt that the prospect of having to pay for their treatment, which in any case is likely if Mrs May can wheedle a parliamentary majority, will make much difference
Perhaps we need something more radical like, say, kicking all the US fast food chains out of the UK. It's not as if they actually contribute anything to society.
Well I for one am shocked that a Labour voter is dismissing the notion of personal responsibility. Shocked I say.

And yes they contribute jobs and many people eat them responsibly in moderation. Nobody put the burger in your hand Ron ( and yes I'm certain you'll say that you're in good health too).

Says the Labour voter in 1997.
#32
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Costs the NHS billions of pounds too.Maybe if we made people liable for their own treatment they'd spend less on fried chicken.

A smidge racist?
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summerof76
Type 1 diabetes is more serious, requiring insulin. Typically people are born with the condition. Type 2 is preventable in many cases. If you allow yourself to be overweight in middle age, that's the route you are on. Diane Abbott is photographed in the House of Commons bars drinking alcohol, and she has been overweight for years. Self indulgence (_ ;)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/11024713/6-million-taxpayer-subsidy-for-Parliament-bars.html
#34
the results are in 13,667,231 conservative voters will not really care one way or another but wish her all the best, 12,874,284 labour voters will not really care one way or the other but wish her all the best, 2 maybe 3 hotukdealers will give grief to anyone who has an opinion.

Just in protests are planned as a number of voters weren't aware that they could have type two and wanted to know why one party didn't offer that as an incentive to vote.
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dtovey89
Imagine taking joy out of mocking people with diabetes.

Yes. You've got to feel sorry for someone that was once shadow secretary of state for health and also shadow minister for public health that's clearly morbidly obese and has done nothing to help herself.

Edited By: stuarthanley on Jun 14, 2017 11:54: Jun 14, 2017 11:54
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stuarthanley
dtovey89
stuarthanley
dtovey89
Yes it's preventable and yes it's probably caused by her lifestyle choices.
But here in this thread you have users goading her and saying they will send her chocolate.
I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.
I feel your tears.
Imagine taking joy out of mocking people with diabetes.
Yes. You've got to feel sorry for someone that was one shadow secretary of state for health and also shadow minister for public health that's clearly morbidly obese and has done nothing to help herself.

No doubt caused by some bad lifestyle choices but I don't have enough of an obsession with her to constantly ridicule her on a personal level unlike some on here.
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dtovey89
stuarthanley
dtovey89
stuarthanley
dtovey89
Yes it's preventable and yes it's probably caused by her lifestyle choices.
But here in this thread you have users goading her and saying they will send her chocolate.
I'm glad this forum isn't reflective of society in general. Some absolute vulgar users on here.
I feel your tears.
Imagine taking joy out of mocking people with diabetes.
Yes. You've got to feel sorry for someone that was one shadow secretary of state for health and also shadow minister for public health that's clearly morbidly obese and has done nothing to help herself.
No doubt caused by some bad lifestyle choices but I don't have enough of an obsession with her to constantly ridicule her on a personal level unlike some on here.
You have enough obsession to keep defending her though.
#38
You don't have to be overweight to get type 2 diabetes, it does help though, as does smoking, not excercising having high blood pressure or being African/Carribean descent.
People aren't typically born with type 1 diabetes either.
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dtovey89
No doubt caused by some bad lifestyle choices but I don't have enough of an obsession with her to constantly ridicule her on a personal level unlike some on here.


You surely have to recognise that she is a preposterous character. She is completely oblivious to her own limitations, and it is her arrogant incompetence that attracts this fire.
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stuarthanley
Will have to send her some chocolates as way of thanking her for her services in politics.
Stop making me laugh

My beer belly (not caused by beer) and no I'm not pregnant (Sun news story potential) hurts too much

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