Diabetes cure : Things to avoid for the diabetic

  1. Exercise at least ½ hour per day. That means vigorous walking to get your heart rate up or any other type of exercise that helps you to work up a sweat. One hour a day is even better. New clinical trials showed that when participants walked vigorously for 30 minutes a day 5 days per week and also lost weight in the amount of 5-7%, they cut their risk of developing diabetes by 50%. Not only will lots of exercise help to prevent diabetes, it also enhances your immune system by getting your lymph system moving, it builds muscle and bones, improves heart and lung efficiency, reduces stress, burns fat, raises your metabolism and generally keeps your body young.

  2. Lose weight, if you are overweight. About 80% of diabetics are overweight and excess weight has been shown to contribute to the development of diabetes. In fact just losing weight and exercising can often completely control symptoms of diabetes.
     

  3. Do not eat trans fats (hydrogenated vegetable oils) of any kind. They have been shown to contribute to heart disease and may also contribute to diabetes type 2.
     

  4. Avoid eating foods made with sugar, bleached (white) flour and other refined carbohydrates such as white rice and dry cereals. Processed and fried foods are particularly unhealthy and the fats and carbohydrates found in them undermine your health.
     

  5. Eat lots of fiber, which is found in raw fruits and vegetables, beans, whole grains and oatmeal. Fiber helps to buffer high amounts of sugar or carbohydrates in your diet, keeping your blood sugar even rather than having it gyrate wildly up and down.
     

  6. Don’t smoke. Smoking is not only associated with the development of diabetes but it also contributes to heart disease and causes lung cancer.
     

  7. Don’t drink alcohol. Alcoholic beverages contain quickly absorbed carbohydrates, which can contribute to the development of type II diabetes by quickly raising blood sugar to unhealthy levels.
     

  8. Get a friend, relative or group of people to help you stick with your healthy new lifestyle.

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