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While diabetes can be officially diagnosed with lab work, symptoms of hyperglycemia may include increased thirst, urination, and hunger, along with blurred vision, lower extremity numbness/ tingling, and yeast infections. Often times, no symptoms are present and diabetes is first detected during routine lab work.


What Can You Do About It?


Not only can you prevent diabetes, but it is possible for it to be reversed! Optimizing lifestyle habits is a great place to start when looking to improve insulin sensitivity and weight management.


1. Diet: Dietary interventions are aimed to improve glucose tolerance, insulin sensitivity, and should be adjusted to- wards individual patient needs. Empha- sizing vegetables and fruit in the diet is important to provide antioxidants, decrease inflammation, and support your nutritional needs. Eating a diet high in fiber may improve overall gly- cemic control and insulin sensitivity, meaning the way your body manages your blood sugar. Reducing your intake of refined sugar, sugar-sweetened beverages like soda, processed carbo- hydrates, and alcohol is another great place to start. Not only is what you eat important, but also when and how much you eat. Meal timing can be an important concept when trying to man- age weight. Aiming to eat your last bite of food at least three hours before bed will likely improve the way your body metabolizes food while you sleep. Intermittent fasting and time restricted eating may be other ways to reduce insulin resistance. A Naturopathic Physician will be able to individual- ize a diet to meet your metabolic and hormonal needs.


2. Exercise: Regular physical activity is an- other way to promote insulin sensitivity, glucose tolerance, and enhance weight loss. Engaging in regular weight-bearing and aerobic exercise can improve body composition, cardiovascular health, and boost energy. It may also promote restful sleep, manage stress, promote detoxification, improve mood, and more. While you may need to start slow when increasing your level of activ- ity; increasing movement, overall, can reduce your risk of becoming obese or developing type 2 diabetes.


3. Stress Management: Increased body fat, especially in the abdominal region, causes elevated cortisol levels. Cortisol


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