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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Helpful Hints To Help Control Your Diabetes

By Marilyn Millbank

Managing diabetes can be tricky, as every person is affected differently by this disease. Here are some tips that can help keep your body as healthy as possible, thus reducing the effects of diabetes.

Diet is perhaps the most difficult segment of dealing with diabetes, and it is important to make some big changes in this area. Avoiding junk food and soda is a great first step. Foods that are heavily processed are also not a great idea, as they contain too much sugar, sodium and many chemicals that are bad for the body. Quit drinking sugary beverages and switch to water instead. You can add some lime or lemon for a little extra zest or try a good sparkling water. If you health professional agrees, it is still probably acceptable to have that occasional soda, but order it when you are out, and don't keep them in your house.

Do a big purge and just dump all the junk out of your house. Rid yourself of sodas, candy bars, potato chips, sugary cereals and all that other junk food. It doesn't mean you can't ever have a treat again, but don't bring it in your house. Eat one portion when you are out as a treat once in awhile instead. You can't cheat if the food isn't within easy reach.

You might think that being diabetic means no more carbohydrates and no more fruit, but this is not necessarily true. Good, healthy whole grain and a limited amount of fruit are generally fine. Vegetables and lean proteins are good choices, but don't go for a really high protein diet, as this also can negatively impact insulin levels. Spend some time with a nutrition expert to make lists of what foods you can eat generally and which ones to limit. Also go online or to your local library and find some new recipes to raise your enthusiasm about your new life changes. Generally, a diabetic-friendly diet is good for everyone, so why not get the whole family on board?

Exercise is a big part of keeping diabetes in control. Try to find activities that you enjoy, such as walking with friends, swimming or playing basketball. You can join a gym, but if you do, make sure it is convenient to your home or work, offers child care and is open for hours that are convenient for you. A 24-hour gym might be ideal if you can only fit in a workout early or late in the day. Sometimes it is fun to set a goal for yourself or getting involved in a fitness challenge with your spouse or friend.

Exercise does affect insulin levels, so be sure you meet with a health expert or your doctor to discuss your exercise plan and goals. You might need to test sugar levels before and after a workout or avoid strenuous exercise if your sugar levels are too high. Generally, a moderate plan with a mix of aerobics and strength training will be a huge benefit to anyone living with diabetes. Try to get the whole family in the program, as exercise is beneficial for everyone, and for those who aren't diabetic, exercise is a great way to prevent diabetes.

One unique way to alleviate the effects of diabetes is to take zeolites. Zeolites are a unique mineral with a complex, honeycomb structure that attracts all sorts of dangerous toxins, including radiation and heavy metals, and flushes them out of the body.

People with diabetes who have used zeolites have reported an improvement in overall health, and zeolites have been shown to be helpful in stabilizing and decreasing blood sugars. Take one teaspoon each day of zeolite powder for the first month, then just one teaspoon each week after that. It can be mixed with water, juice, smoothies or even cereal.

Be sure to discuss these tips and your overall health with a professional. Your body might need other supplements or a different diet plan, so be sure to talk it over with a health expert that you trust.

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