Type 2 Diabetes – Why You Still Need To Exercise As Well As Follow A Healthy Eating Plan
One common question asked by many adults is this… “If I keep to a healthy diet, why do I need to exercise as well?” There seems to be a dichotomy between physical activity and nutrition and how they relate to your overall health and well-being. In other words, there is a widespread belief these are separate elements when in fact, they work together and are both a part of your lifestyle.Type 2 Diabetes – The Risk of Metabolic Syndrome Rises Around Menopause
If your doctor has told you your blood pressure reading is high and your blood sugar is above normal, you probably have the metabolic syndrome. This term refers to a grouping of risk factors for heart disease, including Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, abdominal obesity, high blood pressure, and high triglycerides. According to a report published in the Journal of Women’s Health in September 2015, metabolic syndrome becomes more common in women during the years post-menopause.Type 2 Diabetes – Is Snacking Needed for Your Good Health?
If you’re like the majority of people, you need no introduction to snacking. You know what it is, and it’s probably something you currently do on a daily basis. For simplicity, let’s assume snacking refers to the act of eating between meals – whether it’s something healthy or not. It’s true you can make either right or wrong food choices when it comes to your meals. If you’re a Type 2 diabetic or someone seeking to improve your general health by losing weight, you need to understand this more than anyone else. The foods that make up your eating plan will either make or break your weight loss plans. Eat healthily and you will be healthy. Eat poorly and – your gut instinct tells you what to expect.5 Ways To Stop Neuropathy Pain
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This is an article about how my family has been able to control their glucose levels. It is our personal experience and what we have found that works.