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How do I lose weight fast and how do i start out a running program?

i really want to start losing weight but i love to eat. I have been told to run everyday adn to just cut back on the types of foods i eat. I am not sure where to start. Help!!!

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2 Responses to “How do I lose weight fast and how do i start out a running program?”

  1. Grant said :

    It is impossible to lose weight if you do not burn more calories than you consume. Therefore, in order to lose weight, you have to consume less calories and exercise more than you currently are.

    Everyone is on a different fitness level. My advise is to join a local gym/health club, if you are very serious about changing your body. They will evaluate you and help you come up with a plan to accomplish your certain goals.

  2. said :

    Exercise promotes muscular activity and burns sugar. Therefore, you may need a reduction in the does of table or insulin. Exercise during diabetes also promotes good circulation and maintains weight.

    Regular exercise, the ½ hr – 1 hr of brisk walking improves the effect of insulin.

    All diabetes patients need to exercise, but the type and the amount will vary for each individual. Most individuals would benefit from long walks (2-3 km/day), gardening, walking to office or shopping complex, cycling short distances, or playing golf.

    If you are taking insulin you will find that increasing your level of regular exercise may cause a significant fall in your blood glucose, sometimes producing hypoglycemia. You may therefore need to balance your food and insulin does. If your type of exercise lasts longer e.g. badminton/tennis playing, you need to take sugar or fruit juice at regular intervals. Discuss this with your dietician and diabetes nurse educator.

    If you are on tablets, you can perform extra exercise without worry of experiencing hypoglycemia.

    If you are overweight and your diabetes is controlled alone, low blood glucose would not occur with an increase in amount of exercise.

    The diagnosis of ‘Diabetes’ need not scare you to give up the sports you like. Many people with diabetes have excelled in highly competitive sports.


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