Diabetes Is Easy To Overcome Even For The “Plus Sizers” !

Do you love your plus sized body?

Well there’s no real reason for you to be unhappy with it. The only “problem” you might face is that there are certain diseases that plus sized people are more susceptible to. For example, there is diabetes. However, a little knowledge on the condition, and a few preventive measures can do the trick to keep off diabetes...for good.

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You might ask, “What makes “plus sizers” more susceptible to diabetes?”

The answer is…

  • Regular overeating can be hugely responsible for it. The pancreas, following overeating, starts overproducing the insulin hormone. Insulin is the chief regulator of the glucose (sugar) levels in the blood.
  • However, when the pancreas is given too much food to process, it overworks itself and becomes tired in no time. This affects the insulin generation negatively and reduces insulin generation. Consequently, the blood sugar level starts rising. It is only then that you start suffering from the symptoms of diabetes.

Okay, let’s have a quick glance at the risk factors of diabetes:

You are more vulnerable to diabetes if:

  • You have a family history of diabetes
  • Your own birth weight was over 9 lb
  • You have suffered unexplained miscarriages, stillbirths, or birth defects
  • You have a wider than appropriate waistline

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In fact, plus sized and overweight women are more vulnerable to gestational diabetes. So, if you are planning for a family, here is something that you ought to know…

If your blood sugar level is high, your baby can become overweight. This can make you suffer labor pain for weeks before your due date. Also, babies born to mothers with gestational diabetes can also develop diabetes when they grow up.

And this is what you can do to manage gestational diabetes….

  • Take a simple, high protein breakfast every day. You may consult a dietetics expert to make a diet plan.
  • Make sure to eat at an interval of every two hours.
  • Take whole food carbohydrates like organic Kefier, organic milk and yogurt, beets, jicama, pumpkin, peas, carrots, quinoa, oats and the like.
  • Avoid all types of sugar or at least, reduce its consumption as much as you can.
  • Go for small walks every day.
  • Incorporate some light exercises in your everyday routine.
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Tackling gestational diabetes is no big deal; you just have to know how to do it.

However, pregnant or not, like the adage goes, for diabetes too, prevention is better than cure!

And this you can do by:

  • Watching your sugar intake ( read- avoiding anything that has sucrose,  sugar, corn syrup, or other sweeteners like evaporated cane juice or molasses, as one of the ingredients).
  • Choosing foods which are rich in fiber.
  • Saying NO to smoking and alcohol.
  • Improve your bedtime rituals to ensure sound sleep.
  • Avoiding processed foods; even processed meats.
  • Limiting the consumption of red meat.
  • Doing some light exercises (be it Yoga, Aerobics, Gyms or simple strolls) religiously.
  • Taking vitamin D in the recommended dose. This Vitamin is known to stimulate the production of insulin, the hormone which helps the body make use of glucose.
  • Controlling your weight (of course it’s no-brainer).
  • Choosing ‘good fats’ (remember - polyunsaturated fats and monounsaturated fats) instead of ‘bad fats’ (think cheese and deep fried munchies).
To make the long story short, it takes just a few careful steps to stop diabetes. Just a few precautions and you can “live life king size” and you may want to Watch This for more information on overcoming diabetes.

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