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So I am thinkingn of adding exercise to my regime every day but I was wondering if there is any correlation between BG behavior and exercise? Would it negatively or positively influence it?  I would really like to start walking and progress into running.  Thanks!

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Exercise is very important to include in a diabetic lifestyle. It helps regulate blood sugar by burning excess glucose in the blood, thereby reducing the levels.  This is your natural anti-glycemic intervention, so absolutely add exercise to your daily routine!  It can be anything from lifting weights, walking, swimming, tennis, or anything that gets you moving and provides you a cardiovascular workout.  Additionally, it will help you lose weight (if you need to) and help the body get out of insulin resistance, the primary culprit in early type 2 diabetes.  If more people could add exercise to their diabetic planning, there would be less need for medicine.  

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Yes! Definitely add exercise to your plan, man! This will do wonders for your diabetes and blood sugars. I started biking about a year ago. I knew I was getting run down and felt horrible. I used to do a lot of biking in my past, so I decided to give it a whirl. It was not real easy to start but I just had to take it easy and build up my stamina and before I knew it, I could go miles without having to stop for a break. I noticed eventually that I lost 30 pounds and that my blood sugars went from 150 average to 120, so I was really impressed with that. I stay with my diet for the most part, with occasionally indulgences from time to time.
I think biking really help me stay away from needing to go on medication. That is a good enough motivator for me!
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