Take charge of your health and use diet and exercise to lower your body fat, fight insulin resistance and reverse your diabetes. Incorporate new exercises and fitness trends to into your daily routine.
Once you hit the big 4-0 things are not quite like they use to be, your metabolism slows and it’s not as easy as it used to be to lose weight.
Of the 30 million Americans with diabetes, 90 to 95 percent have Type 2, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. New research
A new study points to the benefits of exercise, especially resistance training (RT), for preventing Type 2 diabetes. In the randomized controlled
By: David E. Conroy, Pennsylvania State University and Sherry Pagoto, University of Connecticut It’s that time again. The U.S. Department of
By: Dr. Sheri R. Colberg The following is excerpted from Living Well and Being Fit with Diabetes, No Matter Your Weight By: Sheri R. Colberg, Ph.D.
By: Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Ph.D. When you were last faced with deciding between taking an afternoon nap and going out for a brisk walk, which did you
Along with a regular cardio routine, whether it’s walking, jogging, or biking, you should aim for strength training at least twice a week.
By: John Bellettiere, University of California San Diego; Andrea LaCroix, University of California San Diego, and Matthew Mclaughlin, University of
By Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Ph.D. Even though I have personally been living with diabetes since I was four years old (in 1968), I knew even back
By: Chris Sparling A moderate-intensity workout, performed three-to-five times per week, is more than enough for seniors and older adults to begin
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