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your risk of developing diabetes. In the 2002 Diabetes Prevention Program study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), some participants cut their diabetes risk in half by losing 7 percent of their body weight. You can lose one pound a week just by cutting about 500 calories from your diet.


SKIP THE SODA. Sweet tea, sugary sodas, and even fruit juices have a high gly- cemic load. Filled with empty calories, sugary beverages cause weight gain when consumed on a regular basis. In a 2004 study published in the


Journal of the American Medical Association, women who drank one or more servings of sugar-sweetened beverages per day had an 83 percent higher risk of Type 2 diabetes than women who drank less than one sugary beverage per month. Choose water and unsweetened tea instead.


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TURN OFF THE TV, GO FOR A HIKE. Every two hours of TV watching boosts diabetes risk 14 percent. By contrast, walking briskly for 30 minutes a day drops it 30 percent, according to the 2003 Harvard health study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Daily brisk walking is the easiest way to control your weight. Making exercise routine is a key to


prevention. Your muscles lose insulin efficiency—less ability to use glucose for energy—after just two days of inactivity.


EAT NUTS, NOT DOGS. Instead of eating a hot dog, have a handful of almonds. Replacing one daily serving of red meat with a serving of nuts lowers your diabetes risk by 21 percent, according to researchers in a 2010 study by the Harvard School of Public Health. Processed red meats (about 50 grams) such as cold cuts and hot dogs


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contain nitrites and nitrates, preserva- tives that have been linked to a risk of developing diabetes.


MAKE MUSCLE. Start lifting weights. UCLA researchers reporting recently in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism believe building muscle mass can help lower your risk for Type 2 diabetes. The scientists found that for each 10 percent increase in the ratio of muscle mass to total body weight there was an 11 percent reduction in insulin resistance. You have the power to reduce your


risk of Type 2 diabetes, but it takes know-how and the discipline to change the American way of eating. For more diabetes resources, visit diabetes.org. ¿


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PackMaster Web. Our new web applications extend the capabilities of TroopMaster and PackMaster so data can be viewed by your


Troopmaster Software is proud to announce the latest additions to our unit management software suite - TroopMaster and


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