Exercise and Supplements

So you have just been diagnosed and your doctor say you should change your diet, take medication and you should start to exercise.

Now your wondering how exercise can help to control your diabetes, well it  

  1. Improving your body's use of insulin
  2. Burning excess body fat, helping to decrease and control weight (decreased body fat results in improved insulin sensitivity)
  3. Improving muscle strength
  4. Increasing bone density and strength
  5. Lowering blood pressure
  6. Helping to protect against heart and blood vessel disease by lowering 'bad' LDL cholesterol and increasing 'good' HDL cholesterol
  7. Improving blood circulation and reducing your risk of heart disease and stroke
  8. Increasing energy level and enhancing work capacity
  9. Reducing stress, promoting relaxation, and releasing tension and anxiety

On this page I’m going to show you where to start what exercise are good for which muscle and the type of cardio that you should be to control your blood sugar.

Before you start any exercise please make sure you see you doctor.



  • Close Grip Bench Press w/ Weighted Bar
  • Dumbbell Curls





Speed & Agility Exercises




Everything For Your Tennis Needs


Now that you're going to start taking supplements talk with your doctor. That's the first step in deciding whether or not to mix diabetes and dietary supplements. He or she can discuss the possible benefits and risks of dietary supplements.

Your doctor or pharmacist can also check that any supplements you take will not interact dangerously with your medications..

  • Vitamins And Minerals   
  • Protein
  • Omega 3 & 6
  • Green Tea