You need periodic exercise. Exercise improves the way the body handles glucose and insulin and helps keep sugar levels stable. Remember, exercise plays an important role in the healthy lifestyle of a diabetic.
Be aware of what you are drinking. Many carbonated drinks and juices are made with high-fructose corn syrup, which is not good for anyone, let alone those with diabetes. These types of beverages are loaded with sugar (and thus, a lot of calories) that will leave you wanting more. Water should be your best friend!
Plan in advance for any high-sugar foods you will eat. Have insulin on hand for any sudden increases in blood sugar levels, and make sure that you monitor your blood sugar levels afterwards. The important thing to do is to be aware of how you're feeling at any point after the meal.
To maintain healthy blood sugar levels, maintain a healthy, regular routine. That is, try to eat around the same amount of food daily and eat at the same times, and also exercise and take medications at the same times of day. In combination with healthy practices, spacing things out like this helps keep your blood sugar on an even keel throughout the day.
Often, you can prevent the occurrence and even reverse the onset of adult onset type-two diabetes. While type one diabetes revolves around a disorder of the pancreas and remains more or less permanent, type two diabetes is directly affected by the foods you consume and the exercise you perform. By adopting a healthier lifestyle, you put less strain on your body and may lessen the effects of diabetes.