Exercising during the first few months after a Type 1 diabetes diagnosis could delay the progression of the disease, suggests a small study from the
By: Nicole Johnson, MA, MPH The summer season is drawing to a close, and you might think your time to exercise and be in the outdoors will limit the
By: Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Ph.D. Any type of physical training can make your insulin work better. If you’re physically trained, you will generally
By: Dr. Sheri Colberg I have many people ask me if they can follow a low-carb diet and still do significant exercise and training for
The power of yoga extends beyond giving your mind and body a safe space to relax. Especially helpful for those who suffer from diabetes, specific
By: Dr. Sheri Colberg, Diabetes Motion Expert Overweight individuals may have special concerns about exercise routines. In particular, being
Ever gain five pounds and really have no idea what could have caused it? You’ve been eating as you normally do and taking your regular walks.
Regular activity, like walking, is one of the best ways to help control your blood sugar levels. Using a pedometer, or step counter—a small,
Ketogenic diets have become incredibly popular. Early research suggests this high-fat, very low-carb diet may benefit several health
Achieving your goal weight can be tough. While weight tends to come off fairly rapidly at first, at some point it seems as though your weight
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