If you have diabetes, what I’m about to share with you in this post could prevent you from having a premature heart attack, save your eyesight, kidneys, legs, and nerves—even save your Life.
Diabetes has a devastating effect on virtually every system in the body. This is what sets the stage for a variety of diabetic complications. But, as I will explain, this devastation is largely preventable if you consistently do the following:
Avoid High Fat Animal Diet (Such as Red Meat and The Fats in Meats)
There is an enzyme called GnT-4a.This enzyme is responsible for enabling the production of Insulin from the pancreas. When this enzyme is not available, insulin production is altered.
Scientific studies have found that eating high amounts of animal fats like red meats from cows, goats, dogs, lambs etc disrupts the production of this hormone, hence limiting or making the production of Insulin less likely by the pancreas. When Insulin is not produced in this case, blood sugar will be elevated leading to the development of type2 diabetes.
Avoid Consuming Huge Amounts of Refined Carbohydrates:
What are refined carbohydrates? Refined carbohydrates are all foods in packaged food products. Such as: All categories of soft drinks, Biscuits, Short breads, white breads, wheat bread, crackers, All snacks made of flour whether baked, roasted, smoked, or fried.
All foods processed and packaged in cans and bottles Research has found out that by simply eating with “minerals” or soft drinks all the time, there is a 20% chance of developing diabetes in a 5 year period. Yet, I know many people who cannot go a day without taking a bottle of soft drink.
An online scientific journal from the American Medical association recently disclosed a review of a study conducted which showed that those who smoke has a 44% increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Avoid A Sedentary lifestyle:
For most people, this period is for vacation and relaxation even at that you must not break your regular exercise regimen. A sedentary lifestyle is one that is void of regular exercise.
Everybody knows this that lack of exercise leads to weight gain. The truth is that a sedentary lifestyle can be life threatening. A life void of exercises can lead to a very weak heart and eventual heart failure (diseased heart) and this easily results after prolonged physical inactivity. Lack of exercise leads to the following problems; high blood pressure and poor blood sugar regulation which eventually results in diabetes.
After all, the effect of exercise on the body is the same effect that Insulin has on the blood stream.
In other words, the work of Insulin is to convert excess sugar in the body to energy thereby lowering blood sugar levels.
The same goes with exercises. Exercising daily helps the heart and body to burn excess sugar and converts them to energy thereby lowering the excess blood sugar levels.