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Benefits of Exercise For Insulin Resistance

by Bella Edward (2019-05-03)

A diagnosis of diabetes is not    Gluco Neuro Blood Sugar Regulator   a death sentence for your child. It does mean that you, as parents, must make some significant lifestyle changes, because this disease is reversible.Diabetes takes hold when the pancreas stops or reduces its flow of insulin into the body. Insulin is a hormone that converts sugar into glucose, from which the cells in our muscles and body tissues derive their energy.

No glucose, no energy to do much of anything. The problem is that too much sugar and carbohydrates that are converted into sugar overload the pancreas. It's only one organ and can only do so much. And in some case the body cells refuse to accept deliveries of glucose.The National Institutes of Health says, "Physical activity and weight loss help the body respond better to insulin. By losing weight and being more physically active, people with insulin resistance or pre-diabetes may avoid developing type 2 diabetes."

Therein lies the problem. Where do you start to rehabilitate whatever has been damaged?Here's an explanation of what the medical profession says is going on:Type 1 Diabetes - The cause for this diagnosis is simply that the pancreas has stopped making insulin. Your pediatrician may believe that the answer to this problem is to prescribe drugs and/or injections of insulin. This, of course, treats the symptoms of diabetes, but it does nothing to fight what's causing the disease-the pancreas.

The most important tips I can pass along to you in this article are once the diagnosis is confirmed, regardless of what type diabetes your child has, to begin making significant lifestyle changes.Begin by setting the example. Cut way back on the carbs: Eliminate the "white" foods like potatoes, rice, white bread, cakes, pies and cookies.