5 Power Moves to Fight Diabetes

5 Power Moves to Fight Diabetes

Diabetes is complicated enough, so keep its treatment as simple as possible. Here are 5 key recommendations to fight diabetes and pre-diabetes…

  1. Shake Off The Flab.

It has been shown that as little as 5% loss of bodyweight can improve the rate at which your cells respond to insulin which means that the body can more easily regulate your blood sugar levels.

  1. Get Up and Active.

We cannot stress the benefits of physical exercise enough. Getting up and doing some form of exercise can greatly increase the body’s ability to regulate the glucose levels in the blood. It also helps you lose weight, which means even further benefits!

  1. Pick Your Carbs Wisely. 

It is important to follow a healthy, well balanced diet in order to maintain the all-round health and wellbeing of your body.

It is recommended that you follow a diet that is rich in:

  • Fruits
  • Veggies
  • Whole grains
  • Legumes and
  • Low fat dairy
  • Lean protein
  • Healthy oils

Cut back on the calories from the less nutritious, carbohydrate-rich sweets and treats to lose weight.

  1. Fiber Is Your Friend.

Dietary fiber and whole grains has been proven to be great for keeping blood sugar levels stable and increasing the body’s sensitivity when responding to insulin.

It is recommended that you get about 25g to 30g of fiber in each day.

Good sources of fiber include whole wheat bread, oatmeal, and popcorn. Also eat enough fruits and vegetables.

  1. Cut Down On the Alcohol.

Studies have shown that alcohol in moderation can be good for your health, but this means no more than 2 drinks per night. However, for weight loss, it is best if you cut out alcohol completely.


Follow the program in the FREE Diabetic e-book to lose weight and decrease your diabetic medication requirements. Take the Manna Blood Sugar Support caplets with each meal to control appetite, stabilize blood sugar levels and curb cravings.


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