Exercise is often recommended to diabetes patients looking to improve their blood sugar, insulin sensitivity, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels. Some doctors even call it a prescription for diabetes management. Although experts have agreed that physical activity is beneficial for controlling diabetes, research has not been so definitive when it came to preventing the condition. Until now.
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Exercise, especially high-intensity interval training, can help ward off the development of both diabetes and pre-diabetes. According to the study, not only did the high-intensity workout the cholesterol levels, blood sugar, and weight of Type 2 diabetes patients, it also improved their cardiovascular health. The next important thing is our diet. DietSensor, the scanner-and-app combo, introduced at CES 2016, aims to make healthy eating easier. Once you’ve scanned your food, the SCiO scanner will transmit the dietary information to the app via bluetooth. Your screen will then show the food’s breakdown and the app will add this to your specialized diet tracker, offering advice to ensure you stay healthy and don’t exceed any set limits. It’s ideal for anyone who needs really in-depth information about whatever they put into their bodies, whether their motivations are purely ‘I need help sticking to this diet’ or ‘this will genuinely save me the time and effort I spend weighing and checking to make sure I stay healthy.’ Whether you’re trying to lose weight or put on muscle, the app helps determine the best things to eat to meet your goals. The DietSensor scanner is available to pre-order and you can pay on delivery! For more updates on the DietSensor, join our list dietsensor.com/wait-list/.