No diabetes in my family, my weight is a little above average, I have a sweet tooth, but I haven’t had any symptoms of diabetes?

Boris B asked:

I’m testing high for blood sugar so I began a regular exercise progam not so long ago.  I’m feeling good about the way things are going. Is there anyone in the know as to whether a high blood sugar level has persisted with no degregation of of life style and activity?

I’m not as fit as I used to be.  In fact, I let myself go a little after having had a strong focus on sports in my younger years.

If my activity level continues at the improved level will my glucose levels improve?  I’m also cutting down on my sugar intake.

 

3 thoughts on “No diabetes in my family, my weight is a little above average, I have a sweet tooth, but I haven’t had any symptoms of diabetes?”

  1. Diabetes is a silent killer, It will create so much problems in your body ,that when their symptoms appear it will be difficult to cure.

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  3. Boris you are headed for pain and suffering. You have to get real.300 is sky high. And yes exercise will help, but you also need meds. Metformin. To start.
    Try to work out reg. and check your G/L . if it gets in the normal range , that’s fine. But you still have and will have DIABETES>Walking is really good exercise. Nordic walking is even better.

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