The Queen of Tennis Billie Jean King and intersting story

 

Billie Jean King: a blog from her about Diabetes and her concept on nutrition and how she handles this topic personally.
Her topic “Diabetes Has Met its Match” when it comes to Billy Jean

I read a very interesting blog from Billy Jean King the other day, and because I received a full college scholarship for playing tennis, she is one person I’ve always admired. Additionally, she is the founder of Women’s Sports Foundation which is another reason why I respect her off the court as well.

For those who may not have seen this article, the following are some of her statements about nutrition and diabetes. “When I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about three year ago, I was presented with a challenge, and like many athletes I wanted a total plan, taking in body, mind and soul. How was I going to beat this opponent?”

“I knew it would take a combination of diet and exercise to get my diabetes under control. The last 12 months have been challenging as I have just had double knee replacement and being away from my normal exercise routine presented an entirely new set of challenges and taught me to modify things to fit the situation. Now that I’m back 100%, I’m hitting tennis balls, back at the gym and for the first time in a long time, I take frequent walks in Central Park.”

“For me, managing my diabetes has been all about making smart food choices without depriving myself of the foods I Love.”

“So, whether you have diabetes or you’re trying to prevent it, I hope you’ll take a moment to reflect before you sit down for your next meal”.

Billy Jean is 100% correct in that exercise and nutrition are major elements in aiding you to control diabetes and avoiding this disease altogether.

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