muscle mass burns more fat/sugar on a minute-to-minute basis leading to better
insulin and promotes the regrowth of beta cells through stimulation of HGH. Better
growth stimulation factors overall through muscle mass, improving overall
Muscle keeps excess blood sugar down.
This alone is a good reason for diabetics to include some weight training
in their exercise program.
cells are insulin-resistant.
Fat cells are resistant to the normal action of insulin as it tries to
control the body's use of blood sugar.
For every extra fat cell you fill, the body needs to produce more and
more excess insulin in an attempt to keep the fat cells nourished.
The excess insulin goes to the liver. The
liver converts the excess insulin into triglycerides.
Triglycerides interfere with insulin sensitivity, resulting in more
excess insulin. This
creates a vicious cycle which is off and running.
vicious cycle is a good reason for diabetics to have a regular exercise program
that includes gym workouts.
Diabetics might also consider aerobic exercise such as walking.
This is because exercise forces insulin to the muscles.
The blood sugar is then burned up at the muscle level.
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