The Ultimate Goal – An Optimal You

By Canadian Diabetes Care Guide posted in Physical Activity
Updated

What you want to achieve is up to you, but getting and staying healthy is truly the ultimate goal. Start by doing something you love and aim for at least 150 minutes of aerobic activity a week. Add a little more time for being active whenever you feel ready. And don’t forget about your muscles – add some resistance training to your plan as well. When it comes to physical activity, the more you do, the better you feel, and the chances of keeping your own mobility as well as your independence are far greater than if you don‘t exercise. Physical activity on a regular basis not only makes you look good and feel great but significantly decreases your risks of all sorts of health complications.

Make physical activity a part of your day – you are worth it!

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The Canadian Diabetes Care Guide's articles are written by Diabetes Professionals for people with diabetes. We provide information about diabetes, diabetes health care providers, complications associated with uncontrolled diabetes and tools to manage their condition. Our mission is to help people with diabetes stay healthy and successfully manage their diabetes.