You might feel reluctant to work out during pregnancy, but moderate exercise can help regulate your blood sugar levels. Your body uses insulin better when you complete even low-impact activities. You should try to complete about two to three hours of exercise each week, or stay active for about half an hour five days per week. You can join an exercise class for pregnant women if you never really worked out before and are unsure of where to begin, but make sure you talk to your doctor first. She or he can also recommend healthy tips and routines. Even walking is considered a helpful exercise for mothers-to-be with gestational diabetes.
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