Developing a Safe
|•||An improved sense of well-being|
|•||Lower blood pressure|
|•||Lower cholesterol and increased HDL cholesterol|
|•||Improved muscle tone and reduced risk of falls|
|•||Weight loss and maintenance|
|•||Maintenance of bone strength|
|•||Less risk of heart disease|
If you have diabetes, you will get all these benefits from exercise. In addition, regular exercise will improve your insulin sensitivity, and if you have type 2 diabetes, regular exercise will also improve your glucose control. However, there are a number of challenges to exercising safely if you have diabetes. The challenges
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Publication information: Book title: Diabetes Demystified. Contributors: Umesh Masharani - Author. Publisher: McGraw-Hill. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2008. Page number: 125.
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