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.
How people use the calories they consume could provide clues for understanding and reversing global trends in obesity and poor metabolic health,
By Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Ph.D. Updated by dLife Editors 10/23/19. What’s the big deal about exercising outdoors during the warm summer months, or
By Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Ph.D. If you have diabetes or prediabetes and are also out of shape and living a sedentary lifestyle, your doctor might be
It’s an exciting time if you’re in the market for a new fitness tracker. September is slated to be a big month, with two of the latest
If you are not a regular, going to the gym can be an intimidating process: The row of treadmills staring at you can be overwhelming and finding a
Let’s be honest, once you hit 50, your body is not the same as when you were a 20-year-old. But that shouldn’t stop you from staying
Reviewed by Jason C. Baker, M.D. Updated 8/2/19. For a healthy, happy lifestyle, try walking — the most popular form of exercise. It’s easy,
By Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Ph.D., FACSM. Updated 7/29/19. From the weather outside to simply not having the time or energy, there are plenty of reasons
Do you find it easier to exercise when you listen to invigorating music? Now, new research from Canada may be able to back that up. Researchers have
Exercise can be a daunting challenge for many people, add diabetes into the mix, and you have a host of other things to worry about such as blood
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