Area – Riyadh
Diabetes can be avoided in 80% of cases, and 50% of people with type 2 diabetes are not aware of this fact, because symptoms do not appear long after that.
To avoid diabetes, certain rules must be followed as follows:
Rule 1 – Balanced nutrition
From the experts' point of view, the risk of infection increases when eating high-calorie foods that are rich in sugar and other supplements. Avoid foods that are processed or minimized, white flour and rice.
Vegetables and fruits must also be eaten because they contain useful dietary fiber. Legumes must also be taken regularly for a low calorie intake.
Rule 2 – Maintain a healthy weight
Experts emphasize that being overweight is a sign of insulin resistance, which lies behind diabetes. Because fat has a negative effect on the level of sugar and cholesterol in the blood, it is important to maintain a constant weight and not let it increase. Because the higher the proportion of fat in the body, the greater the risk of diabetes.
Rule 3 – Physical activity
Needed to take advantage of every opportunity for this movement. Therefore a person must have moderate physical activity of at least 150 minutes per week, or 75 minutes of intense physical activity.
Rule 4 – Non Smoking
Scientific information shows that smokers are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes with 30-40% than nonsmokers. This is because tobacco smoke substances that enter the body cause inflammation, oxidation and cell damage.
Rule 5 – Periodic checks
If family and relatives have diabetes, it is necessary to check blood sugar levels regularly, and see a specialist when height, to determine the level of sugar approved, which is 5.7 to 6.4.
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Source: Regional Journal