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by Alisa Princy (2019-11-19)

Previously, I wrote an article about StrictionD Review bumping up your exercise program, by 10%. Whether you are walking, jogging, performing aerobics, bump it up 10%. You will see results in blood sugar readings and your overall health. If you don not have an exercise program, start one. Family members will ask you to do it for them, but you can only do it for yourself. You are he primary beneficiary or your exercise. You will benefit from lower blood sugar and a healthier you. There are other ways to lower your blood sugar levels. One is the way you eat. as a pharmacist, I have had endocrinologists and diabetics tell me the same thing time and time again. People afflicted with this condition are stubborn concerning change in their lifestyle. They tell me this is more common with diabetes than with most other medical conditions. They seem to get angry, not necessarily at someone. They get angry when someone suggests a change to better their condition. I believe, if you are reading this article, you have overcome that obstacle. You are looking fr answers. Now, is a good time to go forward. Let's talk about diet. Often, when someone is diagnosed with diabetes, they are instructed to cut back on calories. You think, I don not know how many calories I even consume on a daily basis. I don not keep track of my diet. This is a god place to start. Keep an account of what you eat. Then plan future consumption around that. Your health care professional may have told you to go on a 1,000 to 1,200 calorie a day diet. You haven't got a clue how much this is. You add up the calories consumes yesterday, and the figure comes to 2,500 calories. Now you are overwhelmed. You think that you can't do this, and may have no intentions of doing this. Cutting your caloric intake by over one-half is a radical step to take, and quite scary. But, you do need to do this. Let's try to make it a little easier.