Lower The Risk of Diabetes and Live Longer With These Tips, by Totre Newsworthy.
Sometimes just being born from parents that have had diabetes is enough of a reason to contract on your own. The average American is extremely unhealthy and eats a diet laden with sugar and salt and other preservatives that don’t make matters any better. Of course, you can go to your primary doctor and get regular testing to find out if you are prediabetic. If the answer is yes, you may want to undergo a lifestyle change.
Then again the choice is yours, you can continue on the path that you’re on or you can choose a path that contains a more plant-based diet. Plant-based diets are not a new fad people in many countries have been eating this way for centuries. If you look at some of the fast-food restaurants and look at their sodium count and some of their dishes you may find that by ordering a soup and appetizer and the main course you may be consuming the equivalent of 15 days worth of salt according to the FDA allowance. The best advice that any doctor can give you is number one maintain a healthy weight. Eat as many vegetables and try to consume protein but does not come from animal fat. You would be surprised how much protein is in beans such as lentils, mung beans, garbanzo beans, etc.
Lower The Risk of Diabetes
Now let’s not forget about nuts. These are incredible sources of protein along with the diet consisting of fiber and nuts or beans you are halfway there. The choice is simple to start replacing as many meals as you can with with with meals that did not come out of the box and you make yourself. Diabetes and heart disease can be reversed. The simple fact is all the information you need is available on the Internet.
The problem is you; you are the one who needs to make that choice to keep the same lifestyle you’re on or to choose a healthier plant-based lifestyle and live a long and happy life. Nobody can tell you that it is an easy thing to do, but one thing for sure is that the longer you do it, the easier it becomes so start small.
Replace lunches that were fast food and make your healthy lunch perhaps a salad with some nuts or a bean salad. And gradually start replacing more and more me and packaged goods laden with preservatives, and you will find that the next time you have your blood tested your levels may improve.