Exercise

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One of the easiest ways to prevent or manage diabetic symptoms is to remain active. If you can improve your metabolism and increase the demands on your body to use simple sugars for energy, you are far less likely to have excess blood sugar. Additionally, exercising can help to prevent obesity, which is a major indicator for the development of diabetes. The fact that exercise demands sugars from your bodies in the muscles and tissues means that they can’t be stored as fat, so you are preventing diabetes while simultaneously improving your overall health!

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