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Topic Title: Exercise for Diabetics
Created On: 03/07/2011 01:39 PM
 
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Rogelio

<p>very helpful link. thank you for sharing</p>
 02/18/2013 06:52 AM

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Adley

The basic diet program for excess weight that should contain nutritious, high calorie foods, carbs is also assential part for the excess weight, The diet program plan for the carbs meal bread, potatoes, brown rice, pasta, couscous,fresh and dried fruit....
 04/06/2011 01:42 PM

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gracewang

Yes the link is helpful! And I found this link:[br][br][url=http://www.lifeclinic.com/focus/diabetes/exercise.asp]http://www.lifeclinic.com/focus/diabetes/exercise.asp[/url][br][br]Check it out!
 03/14/2011 11:23 AM

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vdevur

Thanks AmariT for sharing the link.
 03/09/2011 03:52 PM

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FatCatAnna

[font face="verdana,geneva" size="1"]Yes - AmariT is right ! The sky is the limit with exercise as a diabetic - consulting with your doctor or diabetic team though is the first step if you're doing this for the first time. Are you perhaps trying to get in shape for the Boston Marathon or climbing Mount Everest? [br][br]Kidding aside (though maybe you are preparing for the above - if so - awesome - can't wait to read about it here) - testing of blood sugars that are NOT above 10 mmol/l or 180 mg/dl is what I try to do when I'm going to do some huffing and puffing. Some websites say higher blood sugar reading then that but I don't think personally that's right. Again, ask your doctor for the best advise on this since I'm not medically trained (I've only lived with Type 1 for over 40 years - so I'm a Uni of Life Diabetic ). [br][br]One thing, with intense exercise it can sometimes cause your blood sugar levels to rise - over 14 mmol/l or 250 mg/dl (this is a lower scale - I've gone higher then that sometimes) . Depending on how you control your diabetes - either thru' exercise/diet/insulin - just be aware of how to deal with this. In my case, it's insulin correction. Of course, there's the possibility of going low, so always carry quick form of sugar, water (so you don't get dehydrated). Also make sure you have ID on you incase something happens (I wear cool bracelets from [url=http://www.rescuemeids.com/]Rescue Me ID's[/url]).[br][br]Not to scare you, depending on the control of your diabetes, and if you've had any complications from having diabetes already - e.g. eye disease or nerve damage. Some forms of exercise could be dangerous.[br][br]Can't wait to hear back from you Vdevur to see what type of exercise you are planning on doing! Maybe we can motivate each other to become more active!!![/font]
 03/08/2011 06:23 PM

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AmariT

[br]Hi! I'm pretty sure it's okay for diabetics to do all the same exercises as nondiabetics, but here's an article with exercise tips for people with diabetes. [url=/News/Exercise_Tips_for_People_with_Diabetes]http://www.diabetes1.org/News/Exercise_Tips_for_People_with_Diabetes[/url] The most important thing is to make sure that you regularly check your blood sugar. I'd recommend both before and after exercising, as well as during if you start to feel nauseous or light-headed. [br][br][img=128x122]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Qzm6mmemSm4/R1gjOhRbNEI/AAAAAAAAATc/7gQgzSsBlDk/s400/cartoon_running.jpg[/img][br]
 03/07/2011 01:39 PM

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vdevur

Could someone put some light on excercises for diabetics?

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