Late Edition: Tune Up Your Blood Sugar
Never have I experienced the complications I endured putting this blog together. Sheeesh. Patience is a virute. On another note,
Welcome back. Welcome back. Welcome back.
Thanksgiving is such an eventful holiday.
It’s a time when people just indulge. Go all out on there favorite dessert platters and dishes. Man, I am so thankful for the Posey family opening their home and inviting me to experience a true Georgia Thanksgiving.
The food selection included a variety of my favorite choices and others I’ve never had before. For instance, the sweet taste of Miss Sybil’s White Chocolate Cream Cheese Sweet Potato Cake.
My, my, my that savory taste will never escape my memory. I digress and return to you for this last edition in November is Diabetes Month.
So, let’s go back and look under the hood of your million dollar vehicle, the body, to “Tune Up Your Blood Sugar.”
At the beginning of the month, we shared the 3 steps to preventing Type II Diabetes as:
- eating a healthy diet
- keeping weight in check
- being active
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Last, we defined, specifically, what the 3 steps of prevention broke down to:
- Choosing a diet rich in whole grains and healthy fats adds even more protection, limit red meat , and go for healthier protein sources instead, such as nuts, beans, poultry, and fish.
- To lose weight permanently, you must make a commitment to gradually adopt a healthier way of life.
- By exercising, it will take the blood sugar out of your blood to help you manage it.
I, don’t make any medical claims, treatments, or cures. However, what I do know is when you treat your body to an active lifestyle, keep your weight in check, supply your body with the greatest nutrition, your body is a miracle and can change for the better.
I hope those who come across this blog are inspired to leave a comment and voice their thoughts.
Posted on November 30, 2011, in Diabetes, Prevention, SOY and tagged awareness, benefits, chronic diseases, did you know, exercise, health, healthy heart, Healthy Lifestyle, heart, heart disease, heart protection, high blood pressure, Lose Weight, nutrition, prevention, recommendations, reliv, soy awareness, soy benefits, soy facts, soy knowledge, Soy protein, soyfoods, soymilk, supplements, treatment, Weight loss. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
One of the documented effects of regular physical exercise (according to the American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM) is increased insulin sensitivity. All diabetics should exercise to help control their diabetes. If you need help or motivation feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ve been certified as a Personal Trainer for over 10 years. The other two things I highly recommend for diabetics is to get into the habit of eating every 2-3 hours (to control blood glucose levels) and include cinnamon in your diet whenever possible. Good article!
Ah, good to hear your thoughts on the fight against diabeties. More so, you encourage eating 2 – 3 hours and including cinnamon in diet. Question: Where or what do you see as your greatest challenges in your career, right now?
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