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The Diabetic Manual: Healthy Lifestyle Choices for Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes can lead to a range of debilitating symptoms, including joint pain. Patients suffering from Type 2 diabetes are more likely to be overweight or obese, which can lead to its own set of problems with joints that are under too much stress.

In addition, people with type 2 diabetes are also more likely to develop conditions such as gout and osteoarthritis, leading to swollen, inflamed, and painful joints. The good news is that simple lifestyle adjustments can make it easier for you to manage your diabetes symptoms, lower your blood sugar, lose weight, and avoid sore joints.

A unique and patented program developed by Dr. Eric Huntington to help people manage their type 2 Diabetes is the Diabetic Manual. The Innovative program and approach provides a step-by-step online nutrition program, inclusive of dietary supplements specifically designed to support diabetic health.

Here are some of the main lifestyle changes that type 2 diabetics can make:

#1. Improve Your Diet:

Improve Your Diet

When you have type 2 diabetes, proper nutrition is crucial. While you’ll be able to treat yourself in moderation every now and again, it’s important to be aware of the sugar content in the foods and drinks that you consume.

Focus on eating only until you are no longer hungry, and fill up with plenty of veggies, fruits, lean meats, fish, and whole grains. Opt for fat-free or low-fat dairy products. Carbohydrates turn into sugar in your body, so keep an eye on the amount of pasta, rice, bread and other starches and sugars you consume.

Dr. Eric Huntington elaborates, “It’s very likely that a poorly balanced diet with sugar filled foods is the primary cause for type 2 Diabetes. Addressing this with a thorough nutritional plan coupled with specific dietary supplements can be the first step in managing the condition”.

#2. Exercise More:

If you’re living a rather sedentary lifestyle right now, then it’s time to make some changes. There’s no need to join a gym, start swimming lengths every morning, or run a marathon — start off with small bursts of activity, such as brisk walking, an exercise routine, or even some at-home yoga.

Try to do at least half an hour of gentle to moderate activity at least five days of the week. As you become more fit and improve general strength, you can increase the intensity of your workouts accordingly. Paired with a healthy diabetic diet, as laid out in the Diabetic Manual, an active lifestyle will help you manage your type 2 diabetes by bringing down your blood sugar.


#3. Quit Smoking:

If you smoke, your risks of heart disease, cancer, stroke, kidney disease, nerve damage, eye disease, and even feet related problems are higher than that of a non-smoker. Paired with type 2 diabetes, your risk of serious disease is even higher. Smoking can also make it harder for you to exercise and get the most out of a fitness plan designed for a diabetes support program.

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#4. Manage Your Stress Levels:

High levels of stress will cause your blood sugar levels to rise. When you’re stressed, it can also be easier to give in to temptations such as smoking a cigarette, skipping a workout, or eating a sugar-laden snack. There are various ways to manage stress – find hobbies that relax you.

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or have been told you’re at serious risk of developing the condition, these strategies can help you manage the condition.

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