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Great Exercises for People with Diabetes

Written by Featured Contributor
Finding out that you’ve got diabetes as an adult can come as a massive shock. It means making some significant lifestyle changes, monitoring your health and blood sugar levels, taking greater control over your diet, and generally being more aware of your body and what it needs. It can feel as though everything is changing, and many people upon learning of their diagnosis become upset.
This is completely normal, and it’s essential that you take the time to learn more about your condition and what to expect before doing anything drastic. The good news is that with careful eating and strict control over your lifestyle, you can drastically reduce the need for insulin, and live a completely normal life. Some people even manage to control their condition without treatment.
However, to reduce your need for insulin, you need to exercise. Exercise helps you to fight fat, build muscle and boost your metabolism. It helps your body to process foods, and get rid of a…

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