Sweet potatoes are a good food choice for diabetics as they are high in fibre and have a low glycaemic index.
If you give priority to exercise, you will manage to find time for it. Increasing physical activity will help you to control your blood glucose levels, and will save you the time and expense for an intervention of a complication of diabetes which can be prevented by exercise.
Vinegar comes from Latin meaning ‘sour wine.’ For thousands of years, it has been used for its health and cleansing properties. Ever since the apple cider vinegar cleanses burst onto the scene a couple years ago, dieters have been stocking up on the sour kitchen staple. Research has linked vinegar consumption to everything from less body fat to less severe blood sugar spikes. So, it’s becoming more and more tempting to follow suit.
How yoga can help fight diabetes
- Regular yoga practice can help reduce the level of sugar in the blood, along with lowering blood pressure, keeping a weight check, reducing the symptoms and slowing the rate of progression of diabetes, as well as lessening the severity of further complications. Let’s see how.