3. Get the Right Nutrients
“Your fork, the most powerful tool to transform your health and change the world” is Dr. Hyman’s prominent declaration on his site’s homepage. (7) Hippocrates (the founder of modern medicine) likely inspired him with this motto: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”.
If you eat what your body needs and cut out what is harmful, it will work toward its natural state of good health.
Important nutrients that regulate blood sugar and improve sugar metabolism include:
4. Get Regular Exercise
You don’t have to spend 3 hours a day at a gym, nor do you have to feel pain to improve your health and get the benefits of exercise and reverse diabesity. A brisk 30-minute walk will work wonders.
The idea is to engage in an activity that increases your heart rate to 70-80% of your heart’s capacity, which depends on your age, weight, and current physical condition. If you’re not used to regular aerobic exercise, work up to optimal heart rate for 60 minutes 5-6 times a week.
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a type of exercise that involves repeated periods of high-intensity effort followed by periods of recovery. This mode of exercise is particularly effective in reversing diabesity.