5. Stay Hydrated
Drinking plenty of water can actually keep your blood sugar levels within healthy levels. Sure, it prevents dehydration, but it also helps your kidneys get rid of all that blood sugar through your urine.
There was one study that showed that those who drank a lot more water had less of a chance of developing high blood sugar. Several studies have shown that drinking plenty of water rehydrates you, lowers your blood sugar, and reduces the chance of developing diabetes. Remember that water and non-sugary fruit drinks are best.
Sugar-sweetened drinks can raise your blood glucose, increase weight gain, and increase the risk of diabetes. So, get a water delivery service to come to your door every month. Or, stock up on plenty of bottled water at the grocery store. Take bottled water to work with you so you stay hydrated throughout the day.