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7 steps to health diabetes


Reverse diabetes without drugs or


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There are lots of people are suffering from the diabetes. Even some

of them are don't know about the diabetes, so here we are give you

some steps that how you can delay or prevent getting diabetes

Did you know that nearly sixteen million US residents are on

their way to getting diabetes? Most of them don't know it either.

They have a pre-person with diabetes condition, with higher

blood glucose levels than normal. These conditions can affect

daily life, and may lead to later diabetes. The good news is that

even if you're one of the millions of people with a pre-person

with diabetes condition, there are some steps you can take to

delay or prevent getting it.

The biggest part of preventing diabetes is making sure you

control your lifestyle. Diabetes is a serious condition with some

very worrisome complications. Left untreated it could cause

blindness, kidney failure, and the loss of a limb. People with

poorly managed diabetes might also have strokes or heart

attacks. But there are some basic changes we can make to

ensure that we stay as healthy as possible. Let's take a look.

1. Determine Your Risk

Knowledge is extremely important, especially when it comes to

health conditions. Do some research, or talk to your doctor about

your risk for becoming person with diabetes. People over the age

of forty-five, those who are overweight, and people with a high

carbohydrate and sugar diet are more likely to get this disease

than younger, less heavy people with a more balanced diet.

Genetic factors or other health conditions can have an effect on

your diabetes risk, as well.

2. Set Exercise Goals

Make sure that your goals for preventing diabetes are realistic

ones, but be sure to set some. Making a few small changes will

be much more effective than trying to make huge ones all at once

Many people with pre-person with diabetes conditions don't get

enough exercise. If you're not very active, try to add just fifteen

minutes of activity every day. This can be something as simple

as going up and down the stairs a few times, or taking a stroll

around the block. Add exercise time as you become comfortable

with it.


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3. Pay Attention To Diet

Food choices can be a huge part of developing diabetes. Making

better ones, such as eating more fruits and veggies, increasing

the amount

of fiber in your diet, and eating less refined carbohydrates and

fats can make a huge difference in your health. You don't have

to do it all at once. A little bit at a time can really help.

4. Keep Track Of Progress

It can seem pretty intimidating to make all these changes. That's

why one important step is keeping track of how you're doing. A

food diary, or simply a record of your progress can help you stick

with it. Take the time to talk to your doctor about your progress

over time. You might be surprised by how easy your lifestyle

change ends up being.

5. Don't Get Discouraged

It's important to keep making those important lifestyle changes.

Don't get discouraged, and stick to adding small things. Over

time, they'll add up. Even if you backslide a little, keep at it, and

you'll be on the road to better health. You can prevent diabetes

by living a healthier lifestyle.

For those suffering from diabetes, watching their diet and health

is not a choice, but a requirement. Making healthy choices can aid

in managing diabetes

One of the most frequent questions people with diabetes ask is “What can I

eat?” After all, diabetes is at root a metabolic disorder, affecting the way

your body derives energy from food. Myths abound when it comes to

diabetes and food—one of the most common being that there is a “diabetes

diet” that prohibits sugar and lists other items to avoid.If you have diabetes,

your body cannot make or properly use insulin. This leads to high blood

glucose, or sugar, levels in your blood. Healthy eating helps to reduce your

blood sugar. It is a critical part of managing your diabetes, because

controlling your blood sugar can prevent the complications of diabetes.Wise

food choices are a foundation of diabetes treatment. Diabetes experts

suggest meal plans that are flexible and take your lifestyle and other health

needs into account. A registered dietitian can help you design a meal plan.

Diet acts an important role in controlling the diabetes. The diabetic diet may

be used alone or else in combination with insulin doses or with oral

hypoglycemic drugs. Main objective of diabetic diet is to maintain ideal body

weight, by providing adequate nutrition along with normal blood sugar

levels in blood. The diet plan for a diabetic is based on height, weight, age,

sex, physical



activity and nature of diabetes. While planning diet, the dietician has to

consider complications such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels.

Here the patients require something which can provide all the information

about the calories, sugar level that can calculate the calories and sugar

level.Effective diabetic-management requires a healthy regular lifestyle

which should include-Working towards obtaining ideal body weightRegular

balanced diet & following a diabetic dietRegular exerciseSensible weight

controlDiabetic medication if neededDiabetes can be controlled by the daily

activities, patient should know that what, when, and how much eating will

affect the blood glucose level. Following are some advices that are very

beneficial for the diabetes -Eat the same amount of food each day.Eat at

about the same times each day.Make sure the gaps between your meals are

short.Take the medicines at the same times each day.Exercise at the same

times each day.Drink a lot of water that will help flush the toxins off your

system.Take good sleep daily.Every day, choose foods from these food

groups: starches, vegetables, fruit, meat and meat substitutes, and milk

and yogurt. How much of each depends on how many calories is need a day.

The Diabetes Diet can be a catalyst for maintaining your desired weight,

avoiding heart disease and managing blood sugar.The ADA does not offer a

specific dietary plan, just smart goals to meet.More than half of your daily

caloric intake should result from carbs, 30 percent fat and 12-20 percent

protein, per the American Diabetes Association (ADA). It's suggested that for

those following the Diabetes Diet, you consume each day at least six

servings of starch and five servings of veggies and fruit.




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Diabetes is an epidemic disease that affects more and more dietician has to

people nowadays. No need to panic when diagnosed with

diabetes. It's bad news. It could be devastating at first.

Fortunately, diabetes is a manageable condition. By following

some simple steps you can keep your diabetes under control and

still live a healthy life you deserve. Here are some tips on how to

manage your diabetes successfully:

Learning more about your diabetes - Knowledge about this disease

will help you do what's good and avoid what's bad for this disorder.

Planning a healthy diet - A healthy and balanced meal plan plays an

important role in controlling your diabetes. It makes you feel better and

help to reduce the chances of developing serious complications. A balanced

healthy diet including a variety of foods from each group of grain products,

vegetables and fruit, milk products and meat and alternatives will keep your

blood glucose at the normal level. Choose low fat foods and foods with a

lower glycemic index. Avoid high fat foods and foods with a high glycemic


Keeping your weight in a healthy range, shed off extra pounds if

you're overweight, especially if you have type 2 diabetes - Keeping normal

and healthy weight will help your body's ability use its insulin properly and

maintain your blood glucose at normal level.

Try to keep your Body Mass Index (BMI) at 18.5 - 24.9 You can calculate

your BMI using the following formula:

English Formula

BMI= weight in pounds/ (height in inches x height in inches) x 703

Metric Formula

BMI= weight in kilograms/ (height in meters x height in meters)

Trying to be physically active - 20-30 minutes of exercise on a daily

basis will be very helpful. Exercise can improve insulin sensitivity, lower the

risk of heart disease, and lose some extra pounds to keep you weight at a

normal level. However, some diabetic complications will probably make

some types of exercise program not suitable for you. Activities like

weightlifting, jogging, or high-impact aerobics may be a little risky for

people with diabetic retinopathy due to the risk for further blood vessel

damage and possible retinal detachment. Consult your doctor before you

get started. Make an action plan. Start slow and gentle. Gradually work

your way up.

Taking medications and/or insulin (in applicable) as prescribed by

your doctor - Depending on types of diabetes you may need medications and

or insulin to assist the body in making or using insulin more effectively.

Monitoring how your diet and/or treatment (if applicable) affect your

blood glucose levels - Using a glucose meter to monitor your blood levels to

see if they are affected by your meal plan and/or treatment .

Keeping diary of your blood glucose readings and reviewing them to see if

there are any noticeable patterns

Start to follow these simple tips and manage your diabetes today. You can

too live a healthy life you deserve.


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