New Exercise Guidelines Encourage Americans to Get Up And Move

Americans looking to be more healthy can exercise in smaller segments in shorter bursts of time, according to new guidelines released by the …

Light Activity Could Address Health Risks of Sedentary Workplace

Researchers have found that light exercise, such as pedaling a stationary bike, while sitting at a desk improved insulin responses. Kinesiologists …

10 Exercise Tips for Avoiding the Holiday Blues

You may swear that the ubiquitous holiday cookies were Heaven sent, the holiday chocolates divine. Are your willpower dissolving, your waistline …

Large Study Finds Not Exercising is Worse than Smoking; Diabetes

If you have trouble getting on the treadmill, a new study — which finds that not exercising can be more detrimental for your health then …

Easy Stay-at-Home Fitness Ideas

Though you are sure to find people with diabetes working out in a gym or health club, many instead prefer the greater sense of safety they feel while …

Exercise Could Slow Progression of Type 1 Diabetes, Small Study Suggests

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 …

Exercises to Lower Your Blood Sugar

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 …

How Physical Activity and Other Factors Affect Insulin Action

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 …

Expert Advice: How To Manage Exercise on a Low-Carb Diet

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 …

Beginner Yoga Poses for Individuals with Diabetes

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 …