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Making Pre Diabetes Stop There

Making Pre Diabetes Stop There

If you have been diagnosed as having Pre-Diabetes then a medical professional has probably warned you about the inherent risk in pre-diabetes turning into Type-2 Diabetes. This is something which is a concern for all pre-diabetes sufferers, and understandably so. For this reason alone, it is important that you take measures to stop that from happening.

In the field of Diabetes there is much speculation and hypothesis because there are no clear cut answers in response to many of the questions that scientists would like to know. For years much myth has plagued the world of diabetes, with people from some cultures making claims such as that it is contagious, can be provoked by high doses of sugar as you grow up and other fallacies. Although there is clear fact to suggest that neither of those is true, there are also certain trends in the form of looking at the profile of past patients which reveal interesting trends that medical professionals can then use to help their patents. For example, leading a healthy lifestyle and having a low-fat, low-calorie diet is very likely to dramatically reduce the chances of pre-diabetes turning into type-2 diabetes.

Medicine : You doctor or a medical professional will give you medicine if they feel it is necessary. This is something which is decided on a case-by-case basis, and it is best to speak with them about your individual needs, as they will understand them much better.

Dieting : As well as making you less likely to develop type-2 diabetes, changing your diet will make you fitter, make your heart healthy and put you in a better position to lead a rich and fulfilling life – for those reasons alone changing your die is definitely a good thing.

Fatty foods and foods which are high in calories should be removed from your diet altogether. If you are a man you should not consume more than 3000 calories a day and 85 grams of fat a day. If you are smaller then 3000 calories may be too high, and perhaps you should consider lower amounts. Likewise, the maximum for a women is 2500 calories and 65 grams of fat, but if you are smaller than perhaps a different amount would be more appropriate for you.

Exercise : Exercising will not only reduce your risk profile from not progressing to type-2 diabetes. It will also improve the quality of your life and your overall fitness, meaning that it is something which is positive on a number of levels – that is why there really is nothing to lose in deciding to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

Joining a gym is one way to get in shape, however many people do not the gym and feel it is far too boring. For those people there are plenty of alternatives. For example, why not opt to forget about your car and public transport, and do the daily commute on bicycle or on foot instead? You could also enquire about playing for your local sports team.

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*Disclaimer: The results may vary from person to person, depending on age, sex, body weight and a lot of other factors.*