Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Doctor says you have prediabetes? What to do....

The article posted here contains note-worthy information on ways to prevent getting that warning call from your doctor -- you have pre-diabetes! What can you do about it? Quite a bit actually. We already know that almost 90 million Americans may have prediabetes and don't even know it!

Some helpful things to do to keep you from getting to the point of prediabetes doesn't take a huge amount of effort either -- think of small baby steps that are "doable" as opposed to something insurmountable.

A few things to start with would be to not eliminate carbs all together, but switch from simple carbs to complex ones. Simple carbs are more of the processed, sugary foods that have little to no nutritional value. Think about when you go to the grocery store as well -- shopping the perimeter of the grocery store contains more of your healthy foods as opposed to the middle aisles. One can think of the middle aisles as being more processed foods generally. 

Complex carbs are a good tool to keep you fuller longer due to the fiber, vitamins and minerals (like beans, whole grains and vegetables).

Lastly, exercise is definitely a game changer. "One study showed that just 20 minutes of moderate exercise could reduce diabetes risk by 46 percent". Also, did you know that "because sugar is the No. 1 fuel that muscles use for movement, exercise helps lower blood sugar". 

By making simple lifestyle changes that include regular sleep, hydration, stressing less when possible and eating healthy portion-sized meals containing at least half vegetables and fruit, you are on your way to a better you!

1 comment:

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