The Power of Diet and Exercise for Diabetics

What a fantastic post about Type II Diabetes!

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Eating well-balanced meals, along with regular physical activity is the key to a better life while managing your diabetes. When you’re diabetic, obesity or weight gain increases your risk for complications. Losing just a few pounds through exercise along with a healthy diet can help with your diabetes control and reduce your risk for other health problems.

 Maintaining a Healthy Diet

As a person with diabetes, you need to eat in moderation. That means no skipping meals! Even if you are trying to lose weight, you need to eat regular meals to keep your blood glucose and metabolism on track.

Typically, a person needs to eat about every four to six hours during the day to maintain energy levels. “People with Type 2 diabetes usually have better blood glucose control if their meals and carbohydrates are spaced evenly throughout the day,” says Connie Crawley, M.S., R.D., L.D., a nutrition…

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