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1. Exercising. Exercise protects your brain just as it protects the rest of your body from diabetes.
2. Eating a nutritious diet that’s right for your nutritional type.
3. Getting plenty of high-quality omega-3 in your diet, such as by taking a krill oil supplement. A diet rich in omega-3 fats has been found to ward off both Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes.
4. If you are having a hard time getting yourself to exercise or following the diet I recommend, then use the hypnosis program I recommend to stop cravings and increase your motivation to eat right and exercise more.