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As A Person With Diabetes, What Should I Know About Complementary And Alternative Treatments For The Disease?

When you leave your doctor’s office, do you ever wonder what he’s not telling you? Every appointment, he tells you to eat less sugar and go on more walks, but aren’t there other ways to get your diabetes under control? Here’s 3 tricks to manage your diabetes that your doctor won’t tell you: Eat More Fat You read that right. Eat more fat. That’s because fat helps your body absorb insulin. That means the more fat you eat, the easier it’ll be to manage your blood sugar. But here’s the kicker: It’s got to be the right type of fat. You’re looking for Unsaturated Omega-3 Fat. Here’s some great sources: Fish Eggs (Any eggs labeled “enriched” have plenty of omega-3) Grass-fed beef (There’s lots of omega-3 in the grass) Do Some Pushups… Or any kind of strength exercises. All the cardio your doctor tells you to do will increase your insulin absorption a little, but to really keep your body regulated you’ve got to get your entire body moving. The best way to do that is any exercise that focuses on strength. You want to avoid straining yourself, but make a habit of doing a few pushups every day, throw in some body squats, and soon you’ll be taking tighter cont Continue reading >>

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  1. 3timesaround

    It was opposite for me. They kept telling me how little she was. Borderline IGUR. 11th percentile. I was induced 4 days early and she was a respectable 6 pounds 15 ounces. About 50th percentile for all her measurements!
    Of course, she was quite little for me. My first two kids were 9 and 8.3 and I didn't have GD with them.

  2. ktbowers

    I am interested in this also. My baby is measuring a few weeks ahead so wondering how accurate it is.

  3. apandalynn

    My daughter was born at 38 weeks and was 8 lbs 2 oz, she was a typical "football player shaped" GD baby. I was on glyburide and my numbers were not very well controlled.....no matter what I did :( My current pregnancy my numbers are controlled much better, but my baby measured 21 weeks at my 19 week scan. But they are not 100% accurate. But I am betting on having another large baby. Pleas this one is a boy, so I expect him to be at least 9 lbs....but I could be wrong.

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