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The Connection Between Diabetes And Obesity

By Sue Kennedy

How diabetes and obesity are connected is found in the foods that are readily available to consumers. The foods of today include more kilojoules which people are eating and so this is how obesity is achieved, which is known as excessive fat. Diabetes comes with different types of this disease, however, obesity is mainly connected to type 2 diabetes.

Unfortunately, this disease called diabetes is an epidemic that spreads throughout the world which effects around 246 million people, and by 2025 there will be over 300 million people with diabetes. Diabetes can cause kidney failure, heart disease, blindness and possible amputation of limbs, diabetes is a killer and we need to take control and manage this disease.

Studies have shown that the types of food that are consumed are connected to obesity which can and will develop into type 2 diabetes.

Sadly, people with diabetes is increasing at a rapid rate. In Australia and New Zealand, one in four adults have diabetes or are pre diabetic. People need to know the risks and how they can avoid them because every day over 300 people, including children are diagnosed with this deadly disease.

We need to get the message across to everyone that diabetes and obesity are connected and the only way to avoid this is to have a healthy lifestyle which includes exercise and a nutritious diet. It is important to monitor your blood glucose levels as well as your cholesterol.

The type of foods that you eat is all about your behaviour towards them, by introducing and maintaining a good behaviour towards your food, as well as a nutritious diet and exercise you will be able to control your weight. Below are a few guidelines that will help you.

* Eat your meals at the same time each day

* Eat your meals slowly as this will allow your food to digest

* So that you are not tempted, do not have extra food on the dinner table

* Do not have a side plate of bread or any other food on the dinner table

* Set yourself some realistic goals for losing weight

* Only eat what you need, remember you don’t need to eat everything that is on your plate

* When you are eating out, be aware of how much alcohol, bread and salad dressings are consumed

*Get yourself some body weights and carry them around with you, this will allow you to understand the extra weight and how good it will feel to be rid of that weight

* An important tip when you go shopping for food is to only have enough money for the foods that you need. Make a list of the ingredients and stick to it, and

* Remember the most important and beneficial point for you is to avoid foods that are no good for you, for example, processed foods, fried foods and take-away foods that contain ingredients that have no nutritional benefit at all

How diabetes and obesity are connected is simple. By simply implementing a healthy lifestyle you will avoid all the serious complications that are associated with this terrible disease.

It is essential to your health to know everything about diabetes nutrition. Visit Sue Kennedy’s site to learn all there is to know about how you can Defeat Diabetes Now and also receive your free report.

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Kennedy, Sue "The Connection Between Diabetes And Obesity." The Connection Between Diabetes And Obesity. 2 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 8 Feb 2016 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/diabetes/the-connection-between-diabetes-and-obesity/>.

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Kennedy, S (2010, July 2). The Connection Between Diabetes And Obesity. Retrieved February 8, 2016, from http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/diabetes/the-connection-between-diabetes-and-obesity/

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