There are some people in the United States who are more likely to develop type II diabetes than everybody else. These are the folks that care nothing for what they eat and have no form of physical exertion in their daily retinue. Look inside of you first, will you?
I have a lady friend who never ceases to measure around her hips and her waist with a tape measure. She is trying to guide against obesity really, but even diabetes is never far behind in her mind. I suppose you can adopt such a practice yourself. Keeps you healthy.
I don’t know why a lot of people find it hard to work out. I understand that many are not used to it, but you should understand that no one was born that way either. They all worked to get there. You could too, if only to stay clean of diabetes and other related diseases.
If you just can’t put together a diet that will help your diabetes, consult a professional dietitian (an expert in the study of diets and nutrition) to help you. And when they do, ensure you stick to it. It’s not enough to know what to eat and what not to eat as a diabetic, it’s much more important to stick to what you should eat and not eat.
It is not a waste of time calling in to see a doctor about the diabetes that your old man suffers from in his old age. Sure, a lot of old folks have it; and sure there are steps you can take to make is easier on them. That is what you need to learn by speaking with the doctor.
You need to know how to care for your diabetic uncle so that they don’t suffer unduly around you. It begins with understanding what lifestyle they should live, as opposed to what they actually want. Food, workout, the works. Grasp that, and things will look up for both you and them.