According to Fosters, making changes in your lifestyle may help to prevent and reduce the risk of getting diabetes. “Diabetes education is a covered benefit when provided by a diabetes educator within an accredited program, such as HealthReach Diabetes. The need for education is nationally recognized. Diabetes educators concentrate on the seven self-care behaviors that are essential for improved health status and greater quality of life for people with diabetes, including healthy eating, being active and reducing risk.”
The changes and improvements of your lifestyle start with physical activity and exercise, which is extremely important for preventing and treating diabetes. Being active helps you to avoid this disease. You can start with just a small 20 minute walk and increase it to a two hour intense exercise, progressively.
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