The “cure” is simple, lose weight. I’ve lost almost 50 pounds, dropped my blood sugar by almost 30 pounds, and dropped my A1C almost a full percentage point in less than 6 months. How? I’ve changed my habits. I eat no more than 1,650 to 1,750 calories per day (it takes a few weeks to get used to it). I walk at least 60 minutes a day at work (not all at once – fit it in when you can). Then every day after work when I get home I work out with weights for 30 minutes or so, then spend 20+ minutes on the stationary bike. It takes willpower – granted, I still drink too many beers on Friday night, but that’s my indulgence. I don’t buy cookies or cakes or ice cream – sugar is the devil! You have to take control of YOUR life.
the first question, there are discrepancies between the guidelines on what is the cut off limit of A1c, for example, World Health Organization (WHO) (2011) considered 6.5% as the limit for this test, whereas The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases considered 5.7% as the limit for the same test. does these variations of the limits has any difference in term of the risk on diabetic patients.
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Within the healthcare system people with type 2 diabetes are still often given advice on blood sugar-raising foods. It is not uncommon to receive nice, colored folders, like the Swedish one above. In this folder it’s stated that foods that raise blood sugar slowly are good for you. Examples of such foods are said to be fruit, rice, pasta, potatoes and bread!

It should be noted that the eAG is still an evaluation of a person's glucose over the last couple of months. It will not match up exactly to any one daily glucose test result. The ADA has adopted this calculation and provides a calculator and information on the eAG on their DiabetesPro web site. The NGSP web site also provides a calculator to convert hemoglobin A1c in SI units mmol/mol into percentage.


Although not discussed here in great detail, encourage regular physical activity. Low cardiorespiratory fitness and physical inactivity have been shown to be independent predictors of all-cause mortality in men with type 2 diabetes regardless of their weight,29 and even increased BMI did not increase mortality risk in fit men with type 2 diabetes.30 A stepwise relationship between fitness and mortality is evident within all BMI strata and is independent of body fat percentages. These results highlight the importance of counseling people with diabetes to increase physical activity and improve fitness, not only as a means of controlling weight, but also for the benefits of fitness that are independent of weight loss.
In a 16-year study from the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health followed nearly 85,000 female nurses, none of whom had heart disease, diabetes, or cancer at the start. By the end of the study, 3,300 of the participants had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The researchers concluded that excess body fat was the “single most important determinant of type 2 diabetes” and attributed 61 percent of the diabetes cases to having a body-mass index (BMI) of 25 or higher.
Eating whole grains has been shown to cause blood sugar levels to rise more slowly after a meal and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. The fiber in whole grains slows the digestion of carbs, reducing the demand for insulin. Whole grains also contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients that may also play a role in helping prevent diabetes.
But what about people who already have diabetes? Is weight loss the complete answer for improving blood glucose control? Although ∼50% of men and 70% of women are obese at the onset of diabetes,6 diabetes is diagnosed in nonobese individuals, and many obese people never develop type 2 diabetes. Therefore, it is likely that obesity combined with a genetic predisposition may be necessary for type 2 diabetes to develop. Furthermore, as the disease progresses from insulin resistance to insulin deficiency, it often is too late for weight loss to improve blood glucose control dramatically.7

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The key with diabetes is always consistency. A steady intake of the right amount of carbohydrates helps in keeping things under better control and prevents blood sugar spikes. Although many people believe that low-carb is best, that is not true during pregnancy. You need the carbohydrates for the growth of the fetus and to keep your energy level up. Talk to your doctor and nutritionist about what is best for you.
Eating whole grains has been shown to cause blood sugar levels to rise more slowly after a meal and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. The fiber in whole grains slows the digestion of carbs, reducing the demand for insulin. Whole grains also contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients that may also play a role in helping prevent diabetes.
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it is widely known that the reasons behind this disease are not clear even thought there are known contributing risk factors like obesity and genetics. my second question is about the possible causes, do you think that “hygiene hypotheses” might be considered as one of the causes of diabetics. as this conditions according to some studies might negatively trigger the autoimmunity.
There is one exception to exercising with diabetes. If your blood sugar is too high (such as over 240) and you are spilling ketones into your urine, then exercise is only going to increase your blood sugar. You can buy a dipstick urine test to check for ketones, but the best thing to do would be to talk to your doctor about what is safe for you to do.

When you are choosing types of exercise, pick activities which are going to be enjoyable for you. When you perform activities that you enjoy, you have a better chance of sticking with them. You can occasionally change up the exercises that you do to prevent yourself from getting tired of following the same routine. Great examples of fun exercises are swimming, walking with a friend, or a dance class.

In summary, a supervised attempt to lose weight in people who can exercise without risk is usually of benefit. However in certain cases such as if blood sugars are too high or too low or if heart disease is present, it can be dangerous. This is why all exercise and weight loss programs should be started only after discussion with a physician. Any unexplained weight loss, in patients with or without known diabetes may be a sign of high blood sugars or another serious illness. It is absolutely necessary to see a physician and undergo a complete evaluation in these cases.


In addition to these tests, there are a number of symptoms that may be used to help diagnose diabetes, and people with pre-diabetes may already have one or more of these symptoms. However, many people with untreated pre-diabetes or diabetes have not yet had any of these symptoms. The tests mentioned above are the only way to know for sure. Symptoms can include:
To explain what hemoglobin A1c is, think in simple terms. Sugar sticks to things, and when it has been stuck to something for a long time, it's harder to the get sugar (glucose) off. In the body, sugar sticks too, particularly to proteins. The red blood cells that circulate in the body live for about three months before they die. When sugar (glucose) sticks to these red blood cells by binding to hemoglobin A1c, it gives the doctor an idea of how much glucose has been around in the blood for the preceding three months. Hemoglobin A1c is a minor component of hemoglobin to which glucose binds. Hemoglobin A1c levels depend on blood glucose concentrations. The higher the sugar concentration in the blood, the higher the detectable hemoglobin A1c levels. At any point in time, hemoglobin A1c levels represent the average blood sugar concentrations in the person with diabetes for approximately the preceding 3 months. Other ways hemoglobin A1c may be termed include HbA1c, A1c and Hb1c.

When it comes to food, too many people have no idea what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s too much, Marrero says. He tells the story of a woman at a diabetes seminar who complained she had nothing for breakfast but coffee and a muffin. Those two items came to 1,600 calories. “She wiped out seven-eighths of her dietary intake needs just with a simple cup of joe and a muffin,” he says.
For individuals who have progressed to pre-diabetes, both the Finnish Prevention Study3 and the Diabetes Prevention Program4 showed conclusively that intensive lifestyle interventions decreased the overall risk of diabetes by 58%. Lifestyle interventions included a weight reduction of 5% or more, reduction of total fat intake to < 30% of total calories, and increased physical activity (≥ 4 hours/week). Even more encouraging is the report from the Finnish Prevention Study follow-up period averaging 7 years, in which the intervention group saw a 43% reduction in risk of diabetes.5 The intervention group had sustained lifestyle changes that remained even after individual lifestyle counseling ended.
How does high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) feel? To maintain the right amount of blood sugar, the body needs insulin, a hormone that delivers this sugar to the cells. When insulin is lacking, blood sugar builds up. We describe symptoms of high blood sugar, including fatigue, weight loss, and frequent urination. Learn who is at risk and when to see a doctor here. Read now
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