Exercise

The development of pre-diabetes (metabolic syndrome) and possibly eventual full diabetes is dependent on a number of factors. Some can be controlled and some cannot. One factor that can be personally controlled is physical activity. If you have prediabetes metabolic syndrome or any of the components of metabolic syndrome, lifestyle changes can delay or even prevent the development of serious health problems. A healthy lifestyle is a lifelong commitment involving regular exercise, proper eating habits, stress management, and spiritual health. Developing a lifestyle that includes regular exercise-movement is paramount to your health management. It is possible that through proper exercise-movement and a diet of real food you can stop prediabetes.

 

medical evaluation before exercise to stop prediabetesMedical Evaluation

A medical evaluation should be performed before beginning a physical exercise lifestyle. Begin slowly, know your cardiovascular limitations, and take care of your body…more

 

Blood Sugar Levels

Physical fitness has been shown to lower glucose in people with prediabetes.  This is a good thing, but if you are on any medicne for elevated blood sugar, you need to be aware of having your blood sugar go too low.  As a general rule of thumb, it is said that…more

 

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Footwear

Proper footwear is essential, especially for those individuals with full-blown diabetes mellitus. A podiatric foot evaluation…more

 

 

Pedometer Assisted Exercise

Nutrientology supports the use of a pedometer at least in beginning a more active lifestyle. This is a helpful approach to gauge how much time and effort you need to put for enough exercise activity…more

 

 

Resistance Exercise

Properly performed resistance exercise either with rubber exercise tension bands or weights should also be part of your exercise routine. Resistance exercise should be started even more gradually…more

 

 

 

Exercise Prescription

The general recommendation is 30 minutes or more of moderate-intensity physical activity 5-6 days of the week to improve health and fitness…more

 

 

 

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