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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

gain weight

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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Diabetes and The Unsportsman

Diabetes and Playing a Sport

ShareEnjoying and playing a sport is recommended for everyone. Being outdoors, being physical has many benefits- for the mind, body and soul. Whether you play a competitive sport or just for the fun of it, it is a very good way to stay healthy. Having been diagnosed with diabetes should not be a hindrance or deterrent to playing a sport. …

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Five Fun Ways To Stop Living In The Dark

Diabetes and exercise

Share Exercise is important for everyone but for diabetics, physical activity is vital. Exercise can help diabetics keep a better check on blood sugar levels. When one exercises, the muscles which are working utilize extra glucose as compared to those that are resting or not being used. Muscle activity results in higher sugar intake by muscle cells, which contributes to …

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