Steps to Take to Prevent and Control Diabetes

Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to kidney problems, issues with our heart, blindness, and loss of limbs to name but a few horrors. There is however no need to be alarmed as it is possible to prevent and control diabetes. It is even possible to cure diabetes with lifestyle changes.

Let’s take a look at some simple steps to take if we are serious about ridding our society of diabetes. Watch this video:

Please continue to read below for the steps to take to prevent and control diabetes.

Controlling Weight to Prevent or to Control Diabetes

We do not lack facts in this arena. There are a number of research proving that people are reversing diabetes by losing weight and keeping it off. Extra weight is bad for several reasons, including blood sugar control. One step that we can take to control diabetes is to lose weight.

There is a study where the participants were placed on a special diet and they were diabetic-free after two years of weight control. It must, however, be emphasized that once we start to pack on that weight again, then diabetes will once again raise its ugly head. Take a look at the article below:




Can You Reverse Type 2 Diabetes with Weight Loss?

Exercise for Weight Loss and to Control Type 2 Diabetes

The second step we can take to control or even prevent diabetes is to get up and get moving. Yes, exercise is great for a number of reasons:

  • Weight loss
  • Strong muscles
  • Controlling blood pressure
  • Lowering cholesterol
  • Boost energy
  • Improves circulation
  • Better sleep
  • Improves joint health
  • Stress management

The above are just a few of the benefits of exercise. Please click below and read the following article about exercising and the many benefits in-store for us when we indulge.







The Benefits of Exercise

Cycling for Weight Loss to Control Diabetes

Some years back I found some valuable information about cycling and diabetes. A study was done and they discovered that people who cycled consistently reduced the possibility of ever developing diabetes. Here we are talking about 20%.

Numbers reduced when people rode their bikes to work. My experience has been that my blood pressure and sugar are better controlled when I ride consistently for at least five days. Anything less than this only boosts my energy and leaves me feeling generally happy.

Please click and read this article below.

Girl cycling






Cycling is Healthy, but Can It Prevent Diabetes?

There are times when we feel like cycling is not for us because of aches and pain or simply that we are maturing. Those are not to deter us at all and the inventors of exercise machines have left us without excuses.

Bikes were created with seats and handle to ensure our comfort and that our aging and more mature brothers and sisters can also indulge and enjoy riding. Have you ever heard about the recumbent bike? For more information, please click and read the article below:

Woman riding the Schwinn Recumbent 270 Bike






What is a Recumbent Bike?

Take a look at this review: Schwinn 270 Recumbent Bike

If you are like me and you like working out at home from videos then you will definitely love these below. I am happy that I was introduced to these and my life is different now.

Here is a little something extra for our seniors. It is amazing just how much we can get from simply exercising and age should not matter. Click below and act.







Reclaiming Your Youth: Exercise for Seniors

BurstFit Fire






BurstFit Fire: Dr. Josh Axe’s Workout Program

See one from a set that I truly love:

Leslie Sansone's Walk at Home 1-Mile Workouts






Leslie Sansone’s Walk at Home, 1-Mile Workout Review

Some argue that they need energy in order to exercise. Here is a simple fact that will help. Exercising will leave you energized for hours and days. Take a look at the article below:







How to be More Energetic All Day Long

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The truth be told, it is indeed possible to change our lifestyle and control or even reverse diabetes. I am doing so every single day of my life. True, it is not easy, because we must rid ourselves of our old habits, but it can be done. I simply get up when I fall, brush off the dust and go again.

Weight loss has not been an easy one for me, but the dietary changes and the fact that I am finally exercising now is making a huge difference. Yes, my weight loss journey has not been the way I imagined it, but I am feeling great and in good health. That’s a good place to be. What do you think? Leave a comment below.

Please stay tuned for an article that will cover a few dietary options to assist with weight loss.

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  1. // Reply

    For a start, thank you for sharing this out here. You know the problem with diabetes is that most people I know that have it hot to know about it very late. Hence it becomes more difficult to treating it. Hence seeing something like this and getting adequate knowledge on what ought to be avoided and wat tobe done specifically to ensure we all stay ahead of getting into this pit of diabetes too is great here. Thanks

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      Thanks Nath, and feel free to share the site with your loved ones.  Cheers.

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    Thanks so much for sharing a good article to read to know more about the steps to control diabetes and how to do it.

    As I’m growing older, and with lots of information about diabetes and health problems that it can cause, I would like to take a few steps and make some change of bad habits as not doing enough exercise.

    Your article helped me to learn more about the benefits of doing exercise and keep myself in the right weight and better health, and as winter is coming, it won’t be possible to go out for a walk or for jogging, but your idea of doing stationary bicycle is good for me, as it can be done indoors during winter.

    My question would be: how often and for how long each session?

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      I try to be active for at least 5 days out of the week.  I am not always diligent.  For me, as long as  I am active, I don’t count the time.  I stop when my body starts to complain.  I think the recommendation is a minimum of 30 minutes per day.  “Listen to your body” is what I use as my guide.  All the best and do enjoy.

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    The topic is brilliant.  

    Society should be informed about DM as much as possible, the life style, regular exercise, and a proper diet is a must do in controlling it for now but hopefully one we day manage to treat it rather than control it

    Keep up the great work. Really enjoyed this topic as someone who works in a medical field, Cheers!

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      I know of people who had diabetes reversed.  to be honest though, once you return to your pre-diabetic lifestyle, then it returns.  I appreciate your kind words.  Thank you.

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