Diabetes or Diabetes Mellitus is a condition wherein a person’s body is unable to regulate the glucose level in blood. These glucose levels are controlled by a hormone called insulin. The disturbances in the level of insulin lead to increase in glucose levels in blood, resulting in Diabetes mellitus.
Type 1 Diabetics All you need do is monitor your blood glucose levels at least 6 times a day (3 fasting blood glucose levels and 3 blood sugar levels after eating) for "90 consecutive days" with a goal in mind to lower the daily average blood sugar level to normal with an optimal dose of rapid-acting humalog insulin and exercise after eating.
Fine-tuning of after meal glucose levels is necessary during this research phase. More times you monitor blood sugar level, more accurate your average blood sugar level would be, and the better you understand your diabetes. Your blood sugar levels after eating will then be stabilized, thereby establishing normal hemoglobin a1c level (
Type 2 Diabetics If you are a type 2 diabetic, research first by monitoring blood sugar levels after eating (after every major meal consumption) with exercise and without oral medication. If the glucose levels do not lower to normal with exercise alone, then research with a rapid-acting pill and with exercise after eating. If oral medications do not work, switch to a rapid-acting humalog insulin with exercise, and your management of diabetes mellitus would be easier and a lot more rewarding than ever. You can complete this kind of research on diabetes in 90 days, working alone at your home, achieving amazing results.
Diabetes Diet Planning, Dietary Treatments for Diabetes Diabetes is one disease which can be severely aggravated by the wrong kind of diet. Hence Diet planning is the cornerstone of managing diabetes. 1. Avoid sugar in any form - rice, potato, banana, cereals & fruits containing high percentage of sugar content. 2. Include at least one bitter dish in every meal 3. Take plenty of green vegetables, black gram, soy, fish etc 4. Vegetables such as Bitter Gourd, string beans, cucumber, onion and garlic, fruits such as Indian Gooseberry, Jambul Fruit and Grapes and grains like Bengal gram and black gram should be included in the diet. 5. Raw vegetables & herbs play a part in stimulating the pancreas and enhancing insulin production.
Healthy Eating Habit Managing diabetes in control, you can live for the rest of your life eating foods that you enjoy the most—keeping in mind however that a balanced meal made from complex carbohydrates foods, a variety of fruits and vegetables along with whole baked fish, baked skinless chicken or oven baked turkey is the best healthy eating habit. Adopting diabetic exercise to lower blood sugar levels after eating is of paramount importance. Treadmill exercises, walking as exercise, biking exercise are the best examples of diabetic exercise.
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