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Forum Overview » Homepagetools - Support » Counter & Statistiken » What Are the Everyday Foods to Avoid If You're a Type 2 Diabetic?
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What Are the Everyday Foods to Avoid If You're a Type 2 Diabetic?
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You get your hemoglobin StrictionD A1c (HbA1c) tested and it comes back lower than ever. You and your dietitian high five and celebrate the fruits of your labor. You have had no issues eating veggies at every meal and passing bakeries without batting an eyelash, but the gym...the horrid gym...is the bane of your existence.

You ask yourself the very reasonable question: "what if I just stopped exercising?" Let's look at this from a deep down, cellular perspective as well as from a more global outlook. First, your body's biology. The exercise has given your formerly insulin resistant cells a new lease on life. Directly and indirectly, your marathon gym sessions have opened up your cell's floodgates... finally letting the flow of sugar resemble normalcy. When you stop, this progress slowly backtracks. Cells become blockaded, insulin and blood sugar levels shoot up, and the excess flow of blood sugar damages every cell in your body.

Your pancreas, doing the best it can, tries to keep up with the insulin your cells are demanding. However, the brief rest wasn't enough to rejuvenate your beta cells, and it once again falls back into "beta cell burnout".

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