1. Exercise regularly
Regular exercise can help you reach and
maintain a moderate weight and increase
insulin sensitivity .
Increased insulin sensitivity means your cells
can more effectively use the available sugar
in your bloodstream.
Exercise also helps your muscles use blood
sugar for energy and muscle contraction.
If you have problems with blood sugar
management, consider routinely checking
your levels before and after exercising. This
will help you learn how you respond to
different activities and keep your blood
sugar levels from getting too high or low
#Eat more fiber
Fiber slows carb digestion and sugar
absorption, thereby promoting a more
gradual rise in blood sugar levels
There are two types of fiber –
– insoluble and
While both are important, soluble fiber has
explicitly been shown to improve blood
sugar management, while insoluble fiber
hasn’t been shown to have this effect .
A high fiber diet can improve your body’s
ability to regulate blood sugar and minimize
blood sugar lows. This could help you better
manage type 1 diabetes .
Foods that are high in fiber include:
#Drink water and stay
Drinking enough water could help you keep
your blood sugar levels within healthy
In addition to preventing dehydration, it
helps your kidneys flush out any excess
sugar through urine.
One review of observational studies showed
that those who drank more water had a
lower risk of developing high blood sugar
Drinking water regularly may rehydrate the
blood, lower blood sugar levels, and reduce
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