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freediabeties
01-12-2011, 04:48 AM
Blood glucose levels: Blood glucose levels are mainly kept in check by insulin syringes (http://www.typefreediabetes.com/Insulin-Accessories-s/25.htm). Type 2 diabetes usually occurs as the result of a combination of problems with insulin activity (insulin resistance) and insulin secretion. Diet and exercise can help to combat both of these problems.

Blood fats: Many people with Type 2 diabetes have unhealthy levels of blood fats? This is commonly referred to as an unhealthy? Lipid profile? Too much of the wrong types of fat in the blood increase the risk of heart disease and circulation problems. Blood fats are mainly kept in check by body fat weight scale (http://www.typefreediabetes.com/Body-Fat-Measurement-s/72.htm). Another important aim of diet and exercise in the management of your diabetes will therefore be to help keep your blood lipid levels normal.

Blood pressure: Type 2 diabetes is often accompanied by high blood pressure and this increases the risk of diabetic eye and kidney damage, as well as heart disease and circulation problems. Blood fats are mainly kept in check by portable blood pressure monitor (http://www.typefreediabetes.com/Portable-Blood-Pressure-Monitor-by-Panasonic-p/ew3109w.htm). Regular exercise, eating a low-fat and low-salt diet, and reducing alcohol intake can all help to lower blood pressure.