Diabetes Diet And Exercise Articles
This year, beat the holiday binge for good.
People are often afraid that a nutritionist is just going to be preachy, or send you home with a dull, tasteless meal plan. Not necessarily so.
Master the art of carb counting to help you stay in control of your diabetes with these tried and true tips.
Everyone talks about eating balanced meals. But do you really know what a “balanced meal” is?
While it’s true that most of our commonly eaten carb foods have similar effects on your BG, some do have advantages over others.
Not sure what a carb is? Here’s the basic definition.
If you have diabetes, carbohydrates do matter!
If you enjoy intense workouts or play a tough sport, you don't have to give this up because of diabetes! Learn how you can balance the two at Diabetic Connect.
The benefits of exercise far outweigh any inconveniences.
The funny thing about being on insulin is that most of the education focuses on adjusting your doses for the food you eat and not on your physical activity.
So if you’re physically active and you have diabetes, do you need to be cautious about blood sugar lows? Yes.
Physical activity lowers blood glucose (BG) levels by improving your body’s ability to use both glucose and insulin.
Diabetics are sometimes scared of exercise and avoid it like the plague. Learn how to get started with an exercise routine so it's not quite so intimidated.