A study of 1,500 people diagnosed with diabetes found that more than half of them had trouble eating, according to the study published in Diabetes Care.
In addition, more than a third had trouble staying within a 12-hour period.
The study found that many of the participants reported that their diet was difficult to follow.
Some reported difficulty following a strict meal plan.
And the researchers found that people with diabetes were more likely to develop a blood sugar spike, meaning they had trouble maintaining their blood sugar levels.
Some people with type 1 diabetes may have a hard time following a gluten-free diet.
A gluten-containing diet may also be associated with insulin resistance, which can lead to the development of Type 2 diabetes, according the study.
The researchers said they found that the participants in the study were not diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, and the reason for their lack of diagnosis may have been due to poor diagnosis and poor follow-up.
The authors said the research showed that the way people manage diabetes is an important aspect of managing Type 2.
The paper said it’s important to consider the diabetes population and how to help them manage their diabetes.
A spokesperson for the American Diabetes Association told ABC News that they believe the study is “an important reminder to all Americans that they have a role to play in managing diabetes and the risks associated with it.”