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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Diabetes Prevention: Listen to your Doctor

By Kathy Smith

When watching our health, what we eat is just as important as how much we eat. Too many of the wrong tasty treats can be an invitation to diabetes. This is one risk factor for diabetes that is easily eliminated by developing good eating habits.

The body is a machine that needs fuel to run. We are supposed to eat to live, but often we are "living to eat." Some of the foods we eat taste good, but are not necessarily good for us. Consuming these foods can result in medical complications and diseases, including diabetes.

Fat is also used in cell membranes. Lipids are fats that have a hydrophobic end (water hating) and a hydrophilic end (water loving). Substances encased in a fatty layer for transport can enter the cell. Without fats, the body would lack a lot of what it needs to function and maintain its structure on the cellular level.

The problem comes when we have too much fat on the frame. The cushion becomes a detriment. Fat has a poor vascular system making it harder to get the nutrients you need to all parts of your body. Your organs can even become fatty because of the foods that we eat. Too much fat will impair an organ's functioning.

When the blood work comes back from the lab, your doctor may ask you to come back in to review the results. The blood work will show your cholesterol numbers. One of the risk factors for diabetes Type 2 is high cholesterol. The doctor will discuss your numbers and if necessary suggest options for reducing your bad cholesterol which will include diet, exercise, and possibly medication.

Years ago you may have heard the lament "a moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips." It seems that rear end fat and hip fat has migrated forward over the decades in both men and women. A "beer gut" or "belly fat" is not only unattractive, it can shorten your life expectancy and lead to diabetes.

Choose good proteins. Protein is one of the major building blocks of all cells in your body. It is usually not hard to find enough sources of protein. The problem is finding enough excellent sources of protein. Eat lean meats, seafood, fish, nuts, and beans such as black beans, pinto beans, navy beans, lentils, and garbanzo beans for your protein boost.

Nutritionist: If you want to eat better but don't know where to begin, a nutritionist can help. Some insurance plans allow for visits to these professionals. Gain the knowledge you need to improve your health.

Have you been to the doctor lately? If not, this is your wake up call. Don't sit and worry about diabetes; get proactive by getting a physical exam. Decide today to protect your life and change your lifestyle - with your doctor's help.

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