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Get the Running Itch

ShareIf you are overweight and suffering from diabetes, running is by far one of the best options to keep those kilos off. One must put in at least 160 minutes of regular exercise a week to aim at decent weight loss. Running also helps to maintain good body composition, quickens weight loss, avoids cardiovascular risks and improves insulin sensitivity as …

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Done Things From Which You Can’t Climb Down? Exercise.

diabetes and exercise

ShareShort bouts of exercises may be better for a diabetes type 2 patient than long half-hour periods, reports Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes). The study conducted by New Newcastle University (UK), is the first to show that high-intensity intermittent exercise improves heart structure and benefits diabetes control in patients with type 2 diabetes …

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Restorative Yoga. Is It Yoga? Is It Therapy? Is It Restful?

Restorative Yoga

ShareThe answer is yes, yes, yes and much more! Most people know that the pace of modern life has led to many problems with our health, like Type 2 Diabetes and at the root of most of these problems is stress. You may know that there are many different styles of yoga. If you are diabetic and someone who likes …

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Fat Cats and Starving Dogs in this World. Belly Fat.

Belly Fat

Share So the more the stress, the greater the weight gain and it typically winds up around the belly. There is another thing and this is really hard to understand at first. Always trying to get rid of that extra 20 to 30 pounds of belly fat through different diets? Most of these diets restrict what you eat. As it …

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Frick Stress or Gain Weight

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ShareBy combining the right ratios of carbs and proteins, you cause your body to burn fat rather than store it. The other thing that feeds into cravings for “comfort foods” is cortisol, another hormone that can cause sweet tooth for these “comfort foods”, directly affecting persons with Type 1 Diabetes and the Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Cortisol is a hormone …

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