Image 4With more than 62 million individuals currently diagnosed with the disease, blood sugar is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India. It is predicted that by 2030, Dieabetes mellitus may afflict upto 79.4 million individual in India. physical activity and keeping a healthy weight can help take care of blood sugar and prevent diabetes problems. Physical activity helps blood glucose, stay in target range.

Physical activity also helps in insulin absorption. Muscles use glucose more than fat. Building and using muscle through physical activity can help prevent high blood glucose. Many kinds of physical activity can help take care of diabetes. Even small amounts of physical activity can help. Doctors suggest that aim for 30 to 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity five days of the week.

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Aerobics uses large muscles, makes heart beat faster, and makes breathing harder. Doing moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise for 30 to 60 minutes a day for five days a week provides many benefits. One can even split up these minutes into several parts.

•walking briskly


•climbing stairs



•riding a bicycle outdoors or a stationary bicycle indoors

•taking an exercise class

•playing basketball, tennis, or other sports

Do Strength Training to Build Muscle: Strength training is a light to moderate physical activity that builds muscle and keeps bones healthy. One can do strength training with hand weights, elastic bands, or weight machines two to three times a week. 

Do Stretching Exercises: Stretching exercises are a light to moderate physical activity that one can do. For example, yoga is a type of stretching that focuses on breathing and helps to relax. 

Add Extra Activity to Your Daily Routine: Increase daily activity by spending less time watching TV or at the computer. Try these simple ways to add light, moderate, or vigorous physical activities in your life every day:

•Walk around while you talk on the phone.

•If you have kids or grandkids, visit a park with them.

•Take a walk through your neighborhood.

•When you watch TV, get up and walk around the room during commercials.

•Do chores, such as work in the garden, clean the house, or wash the car.

•Stretch out your chores. For example, make two trips to take the laundry downstairs instead of one.

•Park at the far end of the shopping center parking lot and walk to the store.

•Take the stairs instead of the elevator.

•Stretch or walk around instead of taking a coffee break and eating.

Incorporating these physical activities with a healthy diet accompanied with dietary supplement like FENFURO can help in effective management of blood glucose. Regular intake of Fenfuro can control the blood sugar level effectively.  Fenfuro is a first of its kind, safe nutraceutical derived from fenugreek seeds through a patented process.  Through its unique scientific process, FENFURO concentrates the bioactive part of plants into a manageable dose, while removing the inert parts such as cellulose. Also, since a lot of healthy botanicals are not palatable, consuming their concentrate in capsule form in small dosage is a lot easier. FENFURO contains a rich variety of saponins and flavonoids. These substances are known to lower blood lipid level and help in insulin sensitization and glucose regulation. FENFURO is the first dual action insulin sensitizer.


A clinical evaluation of FENFURO was carried out on a total of 154 Type 2 diabetics for a period of 3 months, to determine its efficacy and safety. At the end of three months 83% of the patients reported decrease in fasting sugar levels and 89% patients reported decrease in PP sugar levels. The patients also showed significant decrease in HbA1C levels as compared to respective baseline value. 48.8% of the patients reported reduction in dosage of anti-diabetic therapy after regularly taking FENFURO. The clinical study also established the safety of Fenfuro for consumption. 

 The statement and product have not been evaluated by the FDA to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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