Type 2 diabetes: Simple sugars could contribute to feelings of fatigue – what are they?

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Type 2 diabetes: Simple sugars could contribute to feelings of fatigue – what are they?

In addition, "sugar, fat and salt" need to be kept to the minimum, and you're better off not skipping any meals.As well as diet, physical exercise

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In addition, “sugar, fat and salt” need to be kept to the minimum, and you’re better off not skipping any meals.

As well as diet, physical exercise is key to help manage blood sugar levels – “aim for 150 minutes of activity a week”, added the NHS.

In order for the physical activity to count as physical exercise, you need to get out of breath.

This could be: fast walking, climbing stairs, strenuous housework, jogging, rollerblading, or cycling.



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