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rigler123
post May 19 2009, 12:01 AM
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The fact is that the number of diabetics with Type II diabetes is growing in the United States. There are even
more people who are either on the path to diabetes or are on the verge of crossing the line.Diabetes is related
to blood sugar that is out of control and placing stress on body organs such as the liver and kidneys. Obviously,
if you can control the blood sugar then you can prevent diabetes.There are a number of ways to control diabetes
and they include losing weight and eating a diet which does not cause blood sugar swings.
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post Nov 28 2011, 09:28 PM
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Proper diet and exercise daily could control blood sugar just it should be done on regular basis.
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post Aug 16 2012, 04:37 AM
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Eating something with protein doesn't bring your blood glucose levels up.It has to have a lot of glucose such as juice or sweets.
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post Aug 22 2012, 11:47 PM
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Hello Friend's

I full agree with you.

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Eating something with protein doesn't bring your blood glucose levels up.It has to have a lot of glucose such as juice or sweets.
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post Nov 12 2012, 09:05 PM
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The following are important steps to dramatically reduce blood sugar levels, thus preventing the development of diabetes:

1. Exercise. Regularly engage in exercise that builds and/or maintains muscle mass. Muscle tissue has significant capacity to store excess blood sugar in the form of glycogen. Simply put, the more muscle you have, the more capacity you have to "soak up" excess blood sugar and maintain a healthy blood sugar level. This is one of the biggest benefits to doing resistance training on a regular basis.
2. Active Lifestyle. Be active! The more you move your body throughout the day, the more sugar your cells need to burn up to produce energy. Look for interesting activities to do during the day. The key is to keep your body moving.
3. Sweets. Reduce or eliminate your intake of the following: soda, donuts, pastries, conventional cookies, cakes, and muffins, conventional chocolate/candy bars, boxed breakfast cereals, artificial sweeteners, etc.
4. Eat magnesium-rich foods on a regular basis. Studies shown that consistent intake of magnesium-rich foods can significantly lower the risk of developing diabetes. Healthy magnesium-rich foods include: brown unpolished rice, raw nuts: almonds, peanuts, hazelnuts, spinach, lima beans, avocado, and black-eyed peas
5. Consider consuming prickly pear cactus, called nopal. Nopal is a natural plant that is grown throughout Mexico and the southwestern United States, and has been proven to be effective at promoting optimal blood sugar levels.

By following these five simple measures, one can confidently expect to reduce the risk of developing diabetes and improve overall health.
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