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  • Im extremely worried. Im 15. When i do a workout with weights i become fatigued quickly, my mind gets tired because of the effort i have to use to get the weights up. After my workout i get very tired, sometimes i sleep or rest for about 30 minutes, but i have enough energy to go for a run except my mind is tired. I think it might be because of low blood sugar? i always eat before my workout, around 40g of carbs. It is only weight traning that makes me very tired, not aerobic stuff like football

  • You will have to have blood work done to test your A1C level.

  • @dsrtflwr : Is it because your body is burning more calories with lifting weights than doing 60 mins on an elliptical?

  • @WorldTurnBlack
    I guess you have to eat first before you go sporting then

  • hey guys im overweight and i think i might have diabetes but when i check my blood sugar its at 110 or lower before i eat…..then i wait after i eat and it gets lower throughout the day…but after i eat i get dizzy do u think i might have diabetes??????

  • I have always found weight lifting has a greater impact on my blood sugar reading than cardio. However I beleive a Diabetic should do both as part of their exercise regiment to help control Diabetes. I have been a Diabetic for 20 years now and was borderline for a decade before that. I only went on Metformin 5 years ago. So all the exercise I have done continuously in my life, must have done something to control Diabetes in all those years.

  • @starsfound What was your a1C number? You don't necessarily go on insulin with Type II…they always try diet first because that usually solves the problem IF the person does the right things. I'll help you with info all you need if you email me: galebreen@yahoo.com For your diet you need to do two things really….cut out refined sugars and starches…eat healthy fats (olive and coconut oil, natural animal fats like butter and lard are actually ok in small amounts). Add supplements.

  • @starsfound Starsfound…..processed carbs are easy to spot…they're basically everything on the inside aisles of the grocery store….crackers, breads, rice, pasta. bread coatings. snack foods. You can pretty much eat salad veggies to your heart's content…especially the leafy green stuff…as long as you get protein and good fats in your diet also. Good fats are coconut oil, olive oil, etc. Even butter is ok in small amounts. Stay away from vegetable, corn and canola oils.

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  • any exercise is great of course but the big thing is cutting down the carbs…espeically the processed ones. My first A1c was 13.1…three months later it was 5.2 and three months after that it was 4.8. I did little exercise. I did a LOT of reading and it became clear that food and not lack of exercise was the prime culprit in my high blood sugar level. If you can do both all the better….just don't think you can eat a bunch of carbs because you worked out for an hour today…

  • I'd like to see the type of resistance training they did. I don't believe the combo provided twice the effect as one or the other. I'll bet the combo group exercised for more total hours. But rather than do so much exercise, just eat a very low carb diet instead!

  • walking faster for 20 min a day
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