In a study reported by Psychology Today, nearly 30 percent of girls and women with Type 1 diabetes lost weight by reducing the amount of insulin injections they were supposed to take to control their diabetes.  This behavior, sometimes referred to as Eating Disorder-Diabetes Mellitus Type 1, tripled these women’s risk of death and put them at heightened risk for developing diseases of the eye, kidney, and nervous system.  Insulin restrictors died at an average age of 45, while those who took their insulin properly died at an average age of 58.  To read more about this article, click here.