Open Access Research Article

Nutritional Control Improves T2D Diabetic Condition and Reduces Pharmaceuticals

Heidi Shank*

Doctor of Nursing Practice, College of Nursing, Lourdes University, USA

Corresponding Author

Received Date:May 28, 2021;  Published Date:September 09, 2021


This Case Report reviews the journey of a 57-year old 305-pound Caucasian female who finally took control of her nutritional intake and executed a basic exercise regimen which improved a long neglected known diabetic condition that resulted in the reduced need for pharmaceutical intervention. The nutritional adjustments included journaling of all intake and carbohydrate tracking with correlation of blood sugar monitoring prior to each consumption time. The exercise regimen implemented included riding a stationary bike for 20 minutes and a basic stretching regimen along with a 10-12-minute guided meditation, three times a week over seven months. The outcomes resulted in improved HbA1c, decreased weight, and decreased dosing of pharmaceutical interventions.

Keywords:Nutrition; Exercise; Diabetic Control; Diabetes; Weight Reduction; Reduced Pharmaceuticals; Blood Sugar

Abbreviations:MBSRQ: Multidimensional Body-Self Relations Questionnaire

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