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How non-workout days affect your blood glucose

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How non-workout days affect your blood glucose

No more than 2: The number of days people with diabetes should rest between workouts. If you're not exercising yet, it's time to start. If you are already active, it's important to be consistent. Take too many days off, and you'll lose more than motivation to get back into a routine. Rest days are important for recovery and can help prevent burnout, but exercisers—including people with diabetes—should rest for no more than two consecutive days each week.

On the days you don't exercise, your body slowly begins to lose the endurance and fitness gains you worked so hard to achieve. But even more importantly, frequent and consistent physical activity is a key to keeping your blood glucose levels from rising. Taking too many days off from the gym can backfire when it comes to blood sugar control. So when you're working on your exercise program, remember that rest is important but don't overdo it.

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Diabetes Friendly Recipe
Spinach-Berry Salad
Fresh and juicy during spring and summer months, strawberries are delicious when combined with tender spinach, creamy goat cheese and crunchy toasted almonds.

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Nutritional Info

Servings Per Recipe: 4
 Amount Per Serving
 Calories: 181.2
Total Fat: 16.6 g
Cholesterol: 3.3 mg
Sodium: 75.4 mg
Total Carbs: 6.4 g
  Dietary Fiber: 2.3 g
Protein: 4.0 g
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