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Type 2 Diabetes - The Importance of Insulin in Your Body
It doesn't help Cristina also has a family StrictionD Review history of heart problems and Type 2
diabetes.Clearly Cristina displays indicators of poor internal and external health. Know that one
does not exist without the other. Varied levels of obesity will exacerbate various internal issues your
body is handling. If your internal health is poor, it's going to make it much easier for you to gain
even more weight, and help to cause further problems in other parts of your external
health.Moreover, what does work in your favor is the fact working on one will also function to
improve the other. Eat healthy foods for better internal health, and watch the weight fall off.
Exercise for weight loss, and watch as your baseline blood sugar levels decrease.
We were made to move. Regular moderate physical activity is essential for managing your Type 2
diabetes and for lowering your blood sugar. One step for anyone struggling with controlling their
blood sugar to take is the monitoring of their insulin sensitivity levels. Insulin sensitivity plays a
crucial role in how well you manage your condition. The more sensitive your body is to insulin, the
better your body will be able to handle the carbohydrates you consume on a daily basis.The great
news is the right kind of exercise can significantly boost your body's sensitivity, ensuring you are as
healthy as possible. But what exercise is best Let's go over the top options for you to consider.
Heavy Compound Strength Moves The first type of exercise that will get you a positive
improvement is heavy compound strength training moves. Think squats, deadlifts, bench press, and
rows. All of these exercises require you to exert maximum effort to hoist that weight, using multiple
muscle groups at once.
The more muscle fibers you can get contracting, the more it will help increase insulin
sensitivity.Make sure you challenge yourself with a heavy weight to get the full benefit. The more
intense the session, the more beneficial it will be to you lowering your blood sugar. Intense Interval
Cardio Training. Next, try interval cardio training. Here again, intensity wins out. These sessions
are very intense and, as a result, will alter your body chemistry to a degree. Boosting your intensity
rate ensures your body is better equipped to shuttle the carbohydrates you eat towards your muscle
cells, rather than your fat body cells.As an additional bonus, this training will also boost your
metabolic rate for up to 48 hours post your workout session.
Long Distance Cardio. Finally, long distance cardio also deserves some mention. This form of
cardio is very moderate in intensity and will not boost insulin sensitivity permanently. But it will for
a short time after this exercise routine is performed.Insulin sensitivity improves for a brief period
thanks to the fact the long duration cardio will deplete muscle glycogen stores, which then basically
means those cells will be refilled first on eating any carbohydrates.So as you take in those carbs,
you won't find them sitting around in your blood stream like you would had you not exercised.As
you can see, there are many ways to use exercise to your advantage as a Type 2 diabetic when you
are looking to control your blood sugar. Make sure you are not missing out on the benefits exercise
has to offer in helping you to reduce the harmful effects of high blood sugar.