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Get moving. Staying active can help reduce your risk for diabetes, and can help control the disease after diagnosis. An hour long walk every day is enough to make a significant impact. You can also increase your walking in everyday activities to boost the amount of exercise you get. Park farther from the store in the parking lot, and do an extra lap around the mall when you are out shopping.

To stay on top of your blood sugar levels, check for blood sugar drops after exercise. Exercising can affect your glucose levels even after it's over. That's because the glucose used during long exercise periods comes from your liver, and after you use it up, your body will later try to restore it. If you don't eat around the time your body tries to do this, the level of sugar in your blood will drop. It's a good idea to check your blood sugar every 45 minutes after exercising to make sure you can take action to correct any imbalances.