Keep your sugar and cholesterol level within limits to lead a happy life

With diabetes being one of the major problems faced by our previous generation, it is high time that we curtail our desire to be a sugar mouth and to follow healthy diet plans to avoid such ailments in future. The first step to maintain a healthy life is to involve them in handling the level of stress they are up to. The stress can be controlled by repeated exercising and meditation. Intake of glucose in any format is strictly prohibited. Prescribed medicines and diet plans should be followed which control the sugar level. One important fact is that a diabetes patient should eat at regular intervals.
Another major problem faced by people is the rise in cholesterol level. It is known that people with diabetes are more prone to bad cholesterol and other physical ailments. Maintaining both the sugar and cholesterol level is a tedious task but with doctor’s consultation, both and be controlled in the prescribed amount of time. There are ample numbers of diet plans to be followed. Eating four or five cups of fruits and vegetables will keep you energetic the whole day. Foods that are high in fat and calorie content are to be avoided. Protein rich foods are also advisable.
If a patient is diagnosed with both diabetes and cholesterol, it is a known fact that he is in the verge of getting affected by cardiovascular diseases. Especially with Type 2 diabetes, one should keep a constant check at the blood sugar level as well as the cholesterol level. Uncontrollable ranges may even lead to heart attack or stroke. Following a strict diet plan after consultation with the physician from time to time will keep you away from danger. Large intakes of water, fruits and vegetables are the essentials in every diet plan. It is also imperative to maintain healthy weight and blood pressure level to avoid further problems.

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