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Best Exercises for Reversing/Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

Most of us already know that exercise makes us function for a long time. The problem is that most of us prefer not to exercise. There are only magic formulas out there. We need to keep our bodies like temples. If we don't, we will have diseases such as cancer, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, and so on. This disease is preventable, and we can live a very long and healthy life. You can slow down the process of degeneration through exercise.

There are a few specific exercises that can help prevent / restore type 2 diabetes. I like to refer to this exercise as the best exercise in reversing / preventing type 2 diabetes. They are as follows:

  • Pick up with or without a seat for support

  • Squats with or without dumbbells

  • Back flies with resistance bands / Sit back rows with resistance bands

  • Rebounding

The main reason why I mentioned the exercises above as the best exercises to prevent / reverse type 2 diabetes is simple; Building muscle is beneficial for lowering blood sugar. That all. The more muscles you build on your thighs, back, and back (the 3 biggest muscles), the lower your blood sugar. I actually started reversing my type 2 diabetes by building my aerobic muscle group.

As I mentioned before, the more you build your muscles, the more blood sugar is drawn from your bloodstream, and thus lower your blood sugar. Combining the exercises I call aerobic exercise, you have a greater chance of preventing or reversing your diabetes. I've concluded that the best aerobic exercise for type 2 diabetes is recovering (not just because I love to jump) because it involves all the muscles in the body, it removes the lymphatic system, it kills cancer cells, and burns the fat. The great plus is that you can do it right in the comfort of your own home.

My recommendation is to run 3 to 4 days a week and start with 8 to 12 reps per training if you are a beginner. To rebound or jump on the mini trampoline, I recommend jumping 3 to 4 days a week (or every other day) for 10 minutes. Of course, you can increase your time as soon as you're used to it.

The point is that in order to reverse or prevent type 2 diabetes, exercise should be an important part of your life.


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