Thursday, February 14, 2008
Diabetes-Feeling Good is Our Right
Medical researchers have concluded that diet and exercise tutoring resulted in a whopping 58% reduction in diabetes risk among people who are prime candidates. The continue by saying that even modest alterations in lifestyle can have a profound effect.
The news, anounced on http://www.medscape.com/ reports that dietary cod protein may help prevent Type 2 Diabetes. Eating lean fish improves insulin sensitivy in insulin-resistant individuals and could help prevent type 2 diabetes.
The more lifestyle changes the better. Feeling good is a human right, but we need to take a proactive roll. Right? Authorities ask pre-diabetic patients to avoid foods made with AP bleached white flour, white rice, salt, white marbeling in red meats, junk food, high fructose corn syrup, and of course, processed sugar.
Eating is as important as breathing, so eat whole, unprocessed foods. Reduce your weight my a mere 5%, cut down your fat intake, especially animal fats. Pump up the fiber, and exercise 30 minutes a day. I keep a jar of wheat germ handy in the refrigerator. I call it "Colon Pow!"
A 30 minute brisk walk with the wife, family pet, or a neighbor should do the trick. Take a 2 to 5 pound weight along for the ride and buff up.
There are 15 million Americans suffering with diabetes: an epidemic. One-third of those cases are undiagnosed, according to the American Diabetes Association. http://www.diabetes.org/
If you have concerns that you may be one of those yet to be diagnosed or are hypoglycemic, then check out this on-line diabetic resource: www.mendosa.com/faq
Say goodbye to biscuits and gravy and hello sun drenched foods from God's apothocary. Whole grains, nuts, fruit and vegetables, lean protein in small portions, more water, less pop, and a solid resolve will rescue you or someone you love from the heart break of diabetes.
You can do it! Now go fish.