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Saturday, April 30, 2011

A Diabetic's Weight Reduction and Exercise Program

By James Conte

I'm sure you already know the fact that by being overweight, you increase your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes greatly. You also know that it's not just a few extra pounds we're talking about here; we're saying that it's about more than 20 pounds. In other words we are talking about being obese. One of the best ways to lose weight and lower the risks of getting diabetes is to exercise. It's critical for diabetics to exercise. It is our hope that we can help you to achieve rapid weight loss to control your blood sugar.

Even though Type 1 diabetes can't be avoided, exercise is a great help in controlling insulin sensitivity in the body. The exertion brought forth by the exercise causes the muscles to burn glucose more efficiently. Exercising also causes an increase in metabolic rate which helps burn calories and in turn makes your body shed off extra weight.

Even though you can't prevent Type 1 Diabetes, you can prevent Type 2. To prevent it, one of the first steps you can take is to make use of a losing weight program that includes exercise and healthy eating. The next step would be to make use of the proper vitamins and herbal supplements to reduce sensitivity to insulin and help you keep a healthy weight. You may also want to think about the benefits of alkaline health drinks.

It has been determined by recent studies that if an overweight person goes on daily 30-minute walks, he can greatly reduce his possibility of getting Type 2 Diabetes. The natural swing of the arms and legs will increase the circulation to the heart and lungs. In turn, this decreases the possibility of heart disease and helps in avoiding loss of circulation in the lower extremities. This is a deadly side effect of diabetes.

High blood pressure often plagues overweight people and diabetics. This as you know causes a shrinking of the blood vessels and restricts blood flow to the extremities of the body, particularly the lower ones. Exercise reduces blood pressure making the blood vessels open up. Thus increasing the blood flow to the lower extremities; which then protects the feet and toes of a diabetic or overweight person from being damaged terribly.

But this does not simply occur overnight and it is crucial to losing weight and controlling/preventing diabetes. Since exercise has to be done daily, there are some dangers that exercise can bring about. Fortunately, as long as you have an awareness of these dangers, you can remain safe.

If you happen to be diabetic or even just borderline diabetic, exercise could lower your blood sugar levels and cause you to be hypoglycemic. If you do your exercises alone make sure you keep fruit juices or candy bars handy that can restore your blood sugar level quickly.

Monitor closely your physical feelings during exercise and after. If you notice that you are feeling weak and drained or experience a sudden onset of hunger it's possible your blood sugar levels are dropping below the safe level. Again go for the candy or the juices.

Exercising and losing weight go hand in hand for diabetics. To make sure you are doing everything right, it is important that you seek help from a doctor or other healthcare professional. You can control both weight reduction and diabetes, don't let them control you.

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