The famous tennis star Billie Jean King has won 39 Grand Slam titles including 20 Wimbledon titles. She retained the world number one title for 6 years. In 1987, she was given a place in the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
And yet, despite her amazing performance in sports, in 2006, Billie Jean King was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Billie Jean King was not surprised when she developed type 2 diabetes. She attributes it to the fact that at one point in her life, she was binge eating due to an eating disorder. In fact, for 10 years in her life she kept up this habit of binge eating. She also has seen diabetes in her family in her aunt and cousin. Hence, diet and genetics appear to be the key factors in the development of type 2 diabetes in Billie Jean King’s life.
Ever since she was diagnosed with the condition, she has been active in dealing with her weight gain. Following a diet that helped her shed weight, she was able to lose 35 pounds. Billie Jean King makes sure she eats the right kind of food to avoid any elevation in blood sugar. She eats less and she eats slowly. In fact, moderation in her diet has helped keep her blood sugar under control.
Along with these measures, she also exercises in moderate measures. She uses her stationary bike, visits the gym and attempts to do resistance training for her body.
She uses metformin to manage her blood sugar levels. In general, she checks her blood sugar levels either once or twice a day. So far, she feels this regimen (medication, diet, exercise) has paid off and her diabetes is under control.
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