Good-for-You Changes Can Boost Health and Prevent Disease
Making little changes to your diet and daily habits can have lasting (life-changing!) health effects. Try one or all of these healthy tips today and see if you feel different after a week, month or even longer. When it comes to health, it’s never too late to reinvent yourself.
A vegan diet–a diet free of all animal and animal byproducts, including dairy and eggs–can ease diabetic nerve pain. And guess what? It also has been proven to help prevent a number of serious diseases, including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, prostate cancer, colon cancer, breast cancer, arthritis, and osteoporosis.
Eating about ½ cup of tree nuts a day (such as cashews, walnuts, pecans or almonds) can help with blood sugar control. Of course, nuts are high in fat, which means they must be eaten in moderation!
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Meditation can help regulate blood glucose levels and significantly lowers hemoglobin A1c levels (your average blood glucose level over a few months). It can also reduce stress levels and boost cardiovascular health.
Looking to jumpstart a diabetes-prevention exercise plan? Here are 3 exercises to add to your workout routine!