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July 04, 2015
barbara Gorra

I am an overweight diabetic closely monitoring my blood glucose. After 2 visits to emergency room for what was thought a stroke, my neurologist said no stroke symptoms appeared in the many tests I had. My bg has dropped 100 points and now ready to do some walking exercises. Any suggestions?

August 11, 2015
Natural Footgear

Hello, Barbara,

Thank you for your response. We are always in encouragement of physical activity well-monitored by your local practitioner. Remembering to pace yourself is important; keep listening to the signals your body gives you, and you are on the right track! We are applauding your steps to feeling your best, guided by your happiest, healthiest feet.

This page details some of the most effective foot health exercises and stretches that could work nicely in combination with your new walking regimen:

www.naturalfootgear.com/blogs/education/17915320-top-exercises-for-feet-toes

You might continue to peruse our online resources to see what speaks to you as you continue on your journey. Thank you for inviting us along!

Kindest regards,
Sarah K. Schuetz

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