Are You Motivated To Work Out?

Fitness, Mindset, Positivity
If you can't seem to find the motivation to workout these days you shouldn't feel bad about it. You should feel rotten about it. That's because when you are not adding sufficient physical activity to your schedule you are sending a signal to your body that you're done using it and it is OK to begin the downward slide to frailty, loss of physical enjoyment, and disease. If you are younger than 35 years of age, it's coming. If you are older, you already know what I am talking about. Aging sucks. Aging while fat sucks even more. So let's agree that there's a huge incentive for you to want to workout (to ward off the unpleasant side effects of aging as a couch potato). It's increased health, greater enjoyment…
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Can Weight Loss Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Diabetes, Fitness, Weight Loss
Is Weight Loss the Magic Pill to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes? Type 2 Diabetes is a common and chronic condition in America affecting millions of people. It is a condition that severely impact quality of life and has serious health ramifications and side effects. According to the National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2017, 30.3 million people in the U.S. (or 9.4% of the total population) suffer from some form of diabetes. In addition, it is estimated that Type 2 Diabetes accounts for over 90% of all cases of diabetes. It is caused by a variety of risk factors ranging from genetic pre-disposition to lifestyle factors such as eating habits, smoking, or lack of exercise. Curing or treating the condition once it has taken place can be more complex and tougher,…
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Type 2 Diabetes And Exercise

Fitness
Some Exercise Considerations With Type 2 Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes is a preventable lifestyle disease that affects millions of Americans and people around the world. It is defined by the Mayo Clinic as “a chronic condition that affects the way your body metabolizes sugar (glucose), your body's important source of fuel.” This can have a severe impact on your lifestyle and induce some important changes. Additionally, while we know the benefits of exercise prior to the onset of Type 2 diabetes, due to the metabolic changes there are some specific considerations to be taken once Type 2 diabetes has occurred. As stated by the Mayo Clinic, “With type 2 diabetes, your body either resists the effects of insulin — a hormone that regulates the movement of sugar into your cells…
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Is Type 2 Diabetes A Lifestyle Disease?

Diabetes, Diet, Fitness
Many diseases arise as a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. Physical activity, diet, stress levels, and sleep pattern are all lifestyle choices that may raise the likeliness of developing certain conditions in people who are genetically predisposed to them According to MedicineNet, the term 'lifestyle disease' refers to a condition related to the way a person lives. Some of the diseases included in that term are type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, as well as any negative effects of smoking and drug abuse. Researchers are still studying how genetics and the environment contribute to these diseases, and exactly which genes or mutations carry the risk. But studies do show when the lifestyle associated with the onset of the illness change, the symptoms and even the disease itself may…
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Video – Exercises For People With Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes, Fitness, Video
The below video demonstrates a series of exercises that are beneficial to those people suffering from Type 2 Diabetes. One of the things it discusses is how exercise helps to reduce the amount of glucose in your blood stream which helps to control your overall blood sugar. Some of the exercises demonstrated are the squat, lunge twist, squat with side leg lifts, jumping jacks, over-extends and more. [KGVID width="640" height="480"]https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/jeannecs/diabetesworkout.mp4[/KGVID] Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Videos Visit these top fitness related websites for information on a wide variety of topics. Get free workouts for any goal and experience level Jillian takes all the guesswork out of fitness and gives you all the tools you need to succeed with her new app. Workout videos for every fitness…
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Tips To Develop And Maintain Flat Abs – Infographic

Fitness, Infographics, Nutrition
The below infographic displays information about developing and maintaining flat abs including that you should perform full body workouts, eat more frequently, restrict sugar and more. Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Infographics Visit these top fitness related websites for information on a wide variety of topics. Get free workouts for any goal and experience level Jillian takes all the guesswork out of fitness and gives you all the tools you need to succeed with her new app. Workout videos for every fitness level. Absolutely free. Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Diabetes And Your Health

Diet, Fitness, Heart Health, Nutrition
Carbohydrates are a great source of energy for your body - BUT if you eat too many at one time, your blood glucose might get too high. If your blood glucose stays too high for too long a time, it can lead to serious health problems such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Common symptoms of high glucose are feeling tired, being thirsty and urinating frequently. For more heart health information visit http://hearttruth.gov Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD
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Physical Inactivity And Your Health

Fitness, Health, Heart Health
Physically inactive people are nearly twice as likely to develop heart disease as those that are active. The good news is that physical activity can protect your heart and you don't have to run a marathon to see the benefits. Regular physical activity can also reduce your chances of developing high cholesterol and high blood pressure. For more heart health information visit http://hearttruth.gov Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Obesity And Women’s Health

Fitness, Heart Health, Weight Loss, Womens Health
Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is important for overall health and can help you prevent and control many diseases and conditions. About two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese. If you one of those people you are at a higher risk of developing heart disease. For more heart health information visit http://hearttruth.gov Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Lose Weight By Exercising Less

Fitness, Weight Loss
The common misconception people have is that it is necessary to join a gym and push through intense workouts until the point of exhaustion. It’s like they feel that they deserve punishment for having gotten out of shape. So, for a month or two, people head out to the gym, or the trails and push themselves until they are miserable. Has this happened to you? The new fitness regimen is so intense that it becomes unbearable and then the excuses begin. You find yourself hating it, so it gets put off until tomorrow, and then the next day, until you eventually find the new trainers in the closet with a layer of cobwebs on them. If you are 50 years old and 300 pounds, it’s not realistic, and certainly not…
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