Can Diabetes Be Controlled By Reducing Weight? 3 Easy Tips For Fat Loss

Updated at: Mar 02, 2020
Can Diabetes Be Controlled By Reducing Weight? 3 Easy Tips For Fat Loss

Weight Loss Tips For Diabetics: Reducing Belly Fat May Help Control Diabetes

Written by: Tavishi DograPublished at: Mar 02, 2020

Are you overweight and suffering from diabetes? BEWARE! It is very important to maintain the weight to control diabetes. Along with diabetes, obesity can cause many serious diseases, including heart attack, fatty liver, kidney failure, heart failure and diabetic retinopathy. Research suggests that patients with type 2 diabetes who lost their weight, the risk of diabetes is significantly reduced. According to the American Heart Association, maintaining the weight helps to keep the amount of good cholesterol (HDL), triglycerides, blood pressure, and blood sugar in your body. By controlling your weight, you can control up to 75% of your diabetes. Since diabetes is a deadly disease, it can be said that if you lose weight, many more years are added to your life.

Safe way to lose weight for diabetes patients

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Weight loss is difficult for diabetes patients, as they have very few food choices. Hence, it is not easy for diabetic patients to lose weight properly and safely. However, keeping a few things in mind, you can maintain your healthy weight.

Home remedies for obesity

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Reduce carbohydrates

Carbohydrate foods increase blood sugar in the body, hence diabetic patients should avoid them. Do you know that carbs increase weight too? So if you reduce your intake of carbohydrate foods, then both your diabetes and obesity will be controlled simultaneously.

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According to experts, diabetes patients should not consume more than 45% of their daily calories from carbs. For this, you should eat fruits that do not increase your blood sugar. Apart from fruits, vegetables and coarse grains also have a good amount of fibre.

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Reduce calories but don't skip breakfast

Diabetes patients should consume fewer calories than normal people. But when it comes to reducing calories, people often skip breakfast. But doing so can be dangerous for diabetes patients. That's why doctors recommend including a protein-rich diet in your breakfast. Fat burning is accelerated by the intake of proteins. Apart from this, keep in mind that instead of saturated fat, eat foods with unsaturated fat. 

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Unsaturated fat: You will get almonds, walnuts, flax seeds, canola oil, avocado etc. Whereas eating too many fried foods and junk foods give you saturated fat, which is harmful to the body.

Most important - exercise

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Your weight will not decrease until the fat stored in your body is not destroyed (by melting). Diet can speed up the process of burning fat, but you cannot burn fat. Therefore it is very important to exercise to burn it. According to the World Health Organization, at least 300 minutes of exercise a week is necessary for every person. According to this, you must do at least 30 minutes of exercise daily. In these exercises, you can do aerobics, strength training, cardio etc. If you can't do any of these, then walk 40 minutes daily at a fast pace. This too will prove beneficial for you.

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