A good combination of specific exercises and food combinations can help the average diabetic to keep fit and stay balanced, as well as their understanding of the certain methods used today to help Diabetics and whether or not it may be suitable for them.
Too much exercise can cause hypoglycemia, deficit of glucose, and too much food can worsen Diabetes and increase in obesity. These can have fatal consequences. Therefore, a Diabetic will have to find their 'healthy range' of diet and exercise and stay on it in order not to have too little or too much which can affect you.
Above are some recommendations for an average diabetic to stay in their 'healthy range' according to the amount of calories and blood sugar levels in each graph respectively. In our conclusion we will be recommending:
-What activities burn how much calories.
-A variety of activities/sports for certain groups of Diabetics to burns glucose.
-Some good snacks and nutrients that boosts immune system.
Here are some of the more common sports and activities done normally such as running, swimming, or everyday sitting, talking, writing, etc. This data is retrieved based on a 30 minute duration of constantly doing this activity at an average rate without consumption unless otherwise stated. As you can see, running is the highest in effectively burning calories while surprisingly, a sport called skindiving, where one dives without equipment, is comparable to running at a speed of 10 mph for that 30 minutes.
Bread / grain (wholemeal),
The Deficit Formula:
Everyday your body will need energy to keep alive so everyday in the morning you will have a little amount of energy that you need to fill up to a certain amount in order to go through the day depending on your dietary needs. That is why it is so important to have a big breakfast. This will require some calculation.
For example, You are an average man of 60 kg / 132 Metric Tons (Ibs).
This will cause you to fall under the metabolic factor of 12. If you are younger, maybe 10-11, older 13-14.
The formula is to multiply your weight (Ibs) by your metabolic factor (12),12x132, which gives you a total of 1584 calories deficit everyday and you will have to fill up.
And as an example, this man runs at a pace of 9 mph for 30 minutes, resulting in loss of 473 calories.
Because he lost some more energy, he will have to add this to his deficit, so 1584+473=2057 calories. This means that he will be able to give himself more freedom of what he eats as he can consume more fatty foods and make up for that additional deficit.
For example our 60 kg man does not decide to exercise today. Then he will have to eat to normal 1584 calories to make up for today still. Therefore, we made a diet that is close to the target amount of calories that he needs. This can be done by a average Diabetic as well and what we suggest for them to do as well.
Breakfast. Whole-wheat kaya toast, a piece of fruit, 1 cup of Milo.
Lunch. Grilled/boiled/fried chicken/pork, steamed broccoli, a bowl of cooked rice/noodles, 1 cup of juice.
Dinner. Spaghetti with olive oil and vegetable seasoning, carrots, pickles, pumpkin soup and Parmesan cheese, 1/2 cup of juice/wine.
Snacks. Popcorn/cookies, coleslaw.
Conventional Diabetes Material
- Insulin pump. Injects insulin into body at designated time. For all ages.
- Pancreatic Transplant. More suitable for adults. Needs lifetime of drugs to prevent bodily rejection but never need to inject insulin again.
-Glucose Meters and injectors. Used by all Diabetics to test the concentration of blood sugar levels in body. Squeezes blood out each time.