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Want to beat diabetes instead of letting it beat you? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

Bear in mind that, even though diabetes has no known cure, you can actually beat diabetes and prevent most, if not all complications, by leading a healthy lifestyle.

Diabetes will still be there, but it won’t be able to drain away your health!

To beat diabetes and avoid its dire complications, you need to adopt lifestyle changes such a healthy diet, engaging in regular physical activity, and managing stress levels.

So join us on this enlightening journey and let’s take charge of our health!

Adopting a Balanced Diet & Beat Diabetes

Are you tired of struggling with diabetes and its challenges? The key to success is adopting a balanced diet.

But what does that mean exactly? It means making smart choices about your food: say goodbye to sugary treats and welcome nutrient-rich foods.

Easier said than done, right? Well, there is no magic. If you want to get better, you will need to develop good habits and power through the cravings. One thing is for sure, though: the more you resist, the easier it gets.

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In a nutshell, you should peel more and avoid anything you need to unwrap. Go for fresh fruit, vegetables, lean proteins like poultry, lean beef, and fish are safe to eat; while snacks, candy, chocolate, soft drinks, alcohol, and simple carbohydrates or grains will spike your blood sugar and make your diabetes worse.

Attention: dried fruits, bananas, grapes, and mangoes are high in sugar. Eat them moderately. You can find more info on which types of food to avoid in this article.

Now, it’s your turn to embrace a new way of eating that will improve your health and beat diabetes!

Physical Activity Also Helps

From jogging to yoga, there are numerous ways to get moving and control your blood sugar levels.

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Studies show that regular exercise not only improves insulin sensitivity but also aids in weight management and reduces the risk of cardiovascular complications. But before you put your sneakers and start running, talk to a professional as most people will struggle when they are trying to implement lifestyle changes such as exercises.

Many variables will impact in the better choice for  you, as weight, flexibility, joint health, spinal health and also personal taste.

To play it safe, start with a 15 minute daily walk and slowly ramp up until you can comfortably walk 45 to 60 minutes. Feel free to take your dog with you, if you have one – but if your dog stops to sniff every bush and hydrant, add a few minutes to your walk so you get proper exercises.

As per Harvard Health, “People with diabetes who walked at least two hours a week were less likely to die of heart disease than their sedentary counter- parts, and those who exercised three to four hours a week cut their risk even more.”

Don’t Forget to Stay Chill

The relationship between stress and diabetes is a complex and essential aspect of diabetes management. Stress, whether psychological or physical, triggers the release of certain hormones like cortisol and adrenaline. These hormones can affect blood glucose levels, causing them to rise, complicating the management of both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Addressing and managing stress is a crucial part of a comprehensive approach to beat diabetes.

When stress goes unmanaged, it can lead to a vicious cycle. Elevated stress levels can cause higher blood sugar levels, leading to anxiety and further stress about maintaining control over the condition. This cycle can eventually lead to burnout, lessened adherence to medication and dietary protocols, and an overall decline in physical health.

The best ways to manage stress in diabetes vary between individuals but often involve regular physical exercise, which aids in glycemic control and mental well-being. Mindfulness and relaxation techniques such as deep breathing exercises, yoga, or meditation can also play a vital role in reducing stress. Support from friends, family, and healthcare professionals can foster a positive environment, enhancing emotional resilience.

In a nutshell: if you want to beat diabetes, you need to stay cool and take care of your mind and emotions as much as your diet and body. tag

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You don’t need to do everything on your own. In fact, your best shot to beat diabetes is by having a good side-kicker like HealthViber.

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