Even though you might be genetically predisposed to getting diabetes, it’s still within your power to do all you can to prevent it. There are lots of people who were also genetically predisposed to diabetes that ended up not having diabetes. The same can happen to you if you engage in those habits and lifestyles that will keep diabetes at bay.
It’s important to start taking a very solid diet that can keep diabetes away. Also, do all you can to spend some time each day or two to four times each week to exercise. It has been proven by experts that constant exercise can help keep diabetes away, regardless of whether one is genetically predisposed to it or not.
Ensure that you don’t eat foods that will increase your blood sugar level. That’s a very big mistake lots of diabetic patients make. They still think they are young, gay and without any problems. As soon as you get diagnosed with diabetes, it’s time to eat and drink responsibly and with a great deal of caution, least you worsen the condition.
There must be a lot that you don’t know about diabetes, but that is all good; your doctor is bound to intimate you as time passes on. One thing I just think you need to be aware of in a hurry is that you need to alter your diet to suit the condition. Some foods will only make you sicker if you continue to eat them and others in help you heal. Read up and learn.
As a diabetic, you can take chicken but here’s what to do before taking chicken – ensure that you take off the skin from the chicken before cooking. Same applies to turkey. Also, it’s much better to boil, steam or grill the chicken, rather than frying.