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Taking Charge Of Diabetes

Having an active lifestyle is important to living a healthy life.  This is especially true for diabetics.   The reason for this is that when you are active, your cells become more sensitive to insulin so it can work more effectively.  In addition to this, your cells will remove glucose from the blood during exercise in a way that isn’t connected to insulin at all, so the benefits are even more significant.   Physical activity is an important part of your overall well-being and can help with a number of health conditions.  Coupled with a proper diet, type 2 diabetics can actually see their ailments cured.  Be sure to consult your Doctor before starting any new physical activity regime.

Living a lifestyle that ensures physical fitness as a top priority is something we should all strive for.  This is even more important for those diagnosed with diabetics.

When it comes to physical fitness the options before you are countless, there are a variety of team sports to join or individual competitive sports to try out. If the competitive circuit isn’t your thing, there are loads of activities you can try recreationally.

  • Swimming
  • Racquetball
  • Tennis
  • Golfing
  • Skiing or Snowboarding
  • Weight Lifting
  • Soccer
  • Yoga
  • Jogging
  • Walking
  • Dancing
  • Bike riding
  • Gardening
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Roller Blading
  • Skating
  • Stretching
  • Football
  • Hiking
  • Bird Watching
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • And so many more