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Living with Type 2 Diabetes: Exercise can help diabetes

Living with Type 2 Diabetes.

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According to the American Diabetes Association, "Diabetes is a problem with your body that causes blood glucose levels to rise higher than normal." read the entire article

People who are living with Type 2 Diabetes should: check and monitor glucose levels daily, limit the number of carbohydrates consumed, keep track of daily caloric intake, take medication and/or insulin as prescribed, exercise, maintain weight within your Body Mass Index (BMI) range, stop smoking, avoid drinking alcohol, and follow up with your doctor regularly.

Exercise can help patients living with Type 2 Diabetes. Check with your doctor before starting a new exercise regimen. Exercise + Healthy Eating = Weight Loss

Living with Type 2 Diabetes doesn’t mean it is a death sentence. Learn how to manage and live with Type 2 Diabetes.

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