Make Exercise More Fun

make exercise more fun

Getting into a regular exercise routine can be a challenge. Even if you manage to get into the habit of doing regular exercise, waking up in the morning to the thought of lifting weights in the gym or even just simply working out on the treadmill would oftentimes require a lot of motivation. Especially after you've broken the regularity of an exercise habit, getting back into the same rhythm is usually an uphill battle every time.

Without the proper mindset, trying to get and stay motivated for regular exercise may prove to be quite daunting. For most people, even with all the promise of good health and better figure, exercise can still be a tedious prospect to face.

But what if you can get into an exercise rhythm where it becomes a lot more fun and a lot less boring? Wouldn't it be wonderful to get and stay motivated to do exercise on a regular basis because you somehow look forward to it? Making exercise more fun may just make it a lot easier to do. How do you do it?

Exercise for Diabetics

exercise for diabetics

Exercise is an important part in the management of diabetes because it can help lower blood sugar levels and help one maintain insulin sensitivity. But before we delve into the details of how exercise can help diabetics, it is important to understand also that there are two types of diabetes and that there may be significant similarities and differences in the kind of exercises that may be applicable to each diabetic type.

Diabetes types are more commonly known as Type 1 and Type 2. In Type 1 or T1D cases, formerly called juvenile diabetes, the body completely stops producing insulin. Type 2 diabetes happens as the body starts to fail to produce enough insulin and this normally occur in adults. Sometimes Type 2 diabetes also happens when an individual becomes resistant to their own body insulin.

The Papaya is a Star Fruit

The popular papaya has been called by many names but I think the one that gives it the best honor is its title as "fruit of the angels". Christopher Columbus, who is referred to in history as the first European to reach America in 1492, is said to have given this monicker to the much-loved fruit. Aside from being called this by Columbus, the papaya has many great qualities that I believe makes it qualified to be a star fruit.

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My Daily Dose

mydailydoseAs our body and mind ages, we need to supplement our daily intake of nutrients to cope with the onslaught of pollutants, irritants, and allergens. Some of the supplements I take are:

  1. Vitamin E - an antioxidant supplement that contains natural tocopherol, It is purported to help support brain, cardiovascular, and respiratory functions.
  2. Coenzyme Q10 - also known as ubiquinone but is more popularly referred to as CoQ10, it is a compound that is naturally found in our bodies. As we grow older however, certain conditions may inhibit the proliferation of CoQ10 in our system. Especially for people with heart conditions, or those who are taking medication for hypertension or high-cholesterol levels, CoQ10 is a welcome supplement.

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