Type-2 Diabetes now affects 400 million people worldwide, and the count is increasing. According to latest research, half of those with Type-2 Diabetes don’t know that they are affected by it. It’s important to be well-informed, so for those who suspect they may be ill or that their health is in question, it is important is to adapt learned information to their health goals.
There are two essential factors for both prevention and living with diabetes – healthy eating and physical activity. When it comes to nutrition, there isn’t a specific diet for Diabetes. But you can stick to some healthy eating choices to maintain low blood sugar levels and a healthy weight. You have to focus your menu on foods with high nutritional density. Nutritional density is the proportion of high-quality nutrients per calorie. Foods that are nutritionally dense are fruits and vegetables, raw nuts, whole grains, and foods such as eggs. Fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are rich in fiber which helps digestion and is very important for sustaining stabilized blood sugar levels. It is a better decision to limit foods with low sugar density as fatty meat, foods with added sugar, fried foods, etc. If you feel challenged by changing your diet, a nutrition specialist can create a diet specifically catered toward your needs. The benefits of regular exercise are plenty but most important you will: improve muscle tone, lose unnecessary weight, and increase your insulin sensitivity (which helps to keep blood sugar levels low). It is important to receive your doctor’s recommendation for an exercise plan... and then make it a part of your everyday routine. It’s best to be consistent and to aim for great sporting results.