New Rules Prevent Diabetes
Recent guidelines from the American Diabetes Association suggests some patients to try to eat healthy and exercise before starting the treatment. Now, the latest science reveals that healthy habits can lead to even better results than drugs in dealing with diabetes, as reported by the Readerâ€™s Digest. The old rules: Eating fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of diabetes and protect your heart. Updated information: Eat variety of fruits and vegetables. In a new study, people who ate at least 12 types of vegetables and fruit per week had a lower risk of diabetes than those who ate vegetables and fruits are less diverse. The old rules: Lose weight â€“ even if just a little â€“ to control blood sugar levels better. Updated information: No worries if it takes in time to lose weight. In a paper that was made this year, Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD (author, lecturer, researcher, diabetes expert, professor in Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, United States) noted that the exercise itself increases the ability of middle-aged adults to stabilize sugar metabolism, regardless of whether they lose weight. In addition, their total cholesterol also dropped. The old rules: Get enough sleep. Research found an association between lack of sleep and increased risk of diabetes.
Updated information: Sleep well and qualified. Night sleep quality and amount of sleep are equally affects your health. Research shows that sleep deprivation affects the bodyâ€™s ability to metabolize sugar properly and interfere with hormones that regulate appetite. This can lead to weight gain and increased risk of diabetes.Read More on http://www.technonewspaper.com Related Posts Abdominal Fat Cause Diabetes?
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Published on Oct 21, 2012