How Can I Start Being More Active?
Practical Tips to Get You Exercising
Starting and continuing with exercise is difficult for a lot of people — it’s not just people with diabetes.
Part of that can be a lack of progress or too overarching goals. Regardless, exercise is incredibly important for people with diabetes.
Losing weight and/or maintaining a healthy weight can help you prevent and properly manage diabetes. You should be getting 30 minutes of moderate activity, five days per week.
There are so many ways to keep active: walking, dancing around your house, biking, and even parking your car further away from the store when you go grocery shopping, are all easy ways to incorporate physical activity into your daily life.
Now get out there and get active!
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