Pre-diabetes needs to be tackled sensibly in order to prevent diabetes and it is good to control one’s dietary habits and thus maintain good health. Exercise helps.
Researchers at the Karolinska Institute’s Aging Research Center in Stockholm have revealed in a study that people who do suffer from pre-diabetes are indeed less likely to develop diabetes, thus returning to normal blood sugar levels.
This is indeed good to know and people will be less worried about their pre-diabetes diagnosis, experts state that lifestyle. Lifestyle changes do help.
A person with pre-diabetes does suffer from high blood sugar levels, so they do need to limit their sugar intake as much as possible in order to control the levels and also further prevent the risk of diabetes.
One does need to choose the right sort of food; in other words, one does need to eat healthily. Diet does matter as far as pre-diabetes is concerned. One must avoid sugar foods and not eat foods high in carbohydrates and have more protein as one grows older.
The diagnosis reversal can also be taken care of by maintaining a diet high in fiber, grains, and vegetables as well as a regular exercise routine. Cutting carbs, as well as processed foods from one’s daily diet, are also suggested for the same.
Older adults with pre-diabetes remain stable or reverted to normoglycaemia according to research study, whereas few develop diabetes.
The researchers do believe that having lower systolic blood pressure, no heart disease, and manageable weight does indeed help in the reversal of the diagnosis.
However, researchers have indeed cautioned that a pre-diabetes reversal is not a cure.
During a 12-year follow-up, most older adults with pre-diabetes do remain stable or reverted to normoglycaemia, whereas only one-third developed diabetes or died according to the researchers.
The researchers do believe that having lower systolic blood pressure, no heart disease and manageable weight does help in the reversal of diagnosis. However, researchers have cautioned that a pre-diabetes reversal is not a cure as it does need to be maintained.
Those suffering from diabetes have to change their lifestyle habits in order to maintain control over it. It is obvious in case a person suffers from pre-diabetes it is necessary to take the required precautions in order to prevent the disease from occurring. It does require a lot of will power. Diet and exercise are essential and healthy weight levels need to be maintained.
Obesity is a health issue and can cause Type 2 diabetes and therefore pre-diabetes condition should not be ignored.
Researchers do advice that precaution taken at the pre-diabetes level does help prevent the occurrence of diabetes although it is also genetic.
Staying healthy after certain is difficult but by regulating one’s food habits one can indeed be able to maintain better health. Seeking medical advice regarding diet and lifestyle changes do help. Rather than deciding for oneself what to eat, it is advisable to eat what a dietician prescribes in case a person is keen to lose weight.
Take adequate rest, eat right and follow a regular exercise routine to maintain blood sugar levels.