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Keeping You in Tip-Top Condition

Keeping You in Tip-Top Condition

Excess weight, high blood pressure and a lack of sufficient exercise, are contributing factors in developing diabetes. Here are four effective tips to help avoid health complications.

  1. Move more! – Beat the bulge and get active. Excess weight and obesity put   unnecessary strain on your entire body. Make exercise a habit. Avoid the elevator and turn the stairs into a cardio workout. At lunch breaks take a brisk walk outside. When sitting at your desk for extended periods remember to stretch. This aids in circulation and avoids stiffness. A simple exercise to remember; sit with your back 90° parallel to your back rest. Place both hands on the left arm rest. Gently push against the arm rest as you twist your upper body to face the back of your chair taking deep breaths in and releasing them as you twist. Repeat this movement on right side.

  2. Snack attack – The vending machine is not your friend. Create your own snacks that are healthy and Low GI (Glycemic index) making you feel fuller for longer. Replace saturated with unsaturated fats. Cook the right amount of portions so as not to over eat. Enjoy six small, well balanced meals a day packed with fresh vegetables, whole-grain cereals and lean protein.

  3. Rise and shine – When you sleep less you tend to consume more. A healthy dose of 8 hours of sleep will give your body the rest it deserves. People with diabetes that generally get enough shut-eye have been shown to have better dietary habits and improved sugar levels.

  4. Check please – Don't skip out on regular check-ups. This gives you the opportunity to assess your state of health. If adjustments need to be made your doctor, healthcare provider or dietician can suggest a plan that best suits your needs.

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