Diabetes Diet And Exercise Articles
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Lower your risk with these tasty changes to your daily diet.
Your diet can have a huge impact on your cholesterol levels. Here are five foods to avoid and five foods to add to your diet to help lower cholesterol.
While there are some high cholesterol risk factors that you can't change, like your family history or your age, there are plenty of lifestyle changes you can make to achieve or maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
These five exercise tips will allow you to get the benefits of exercise with the few minutes you have to spare every day.
Changing your eating habits is no easy feat. Here's how to get started.
Here's help for developing and sticking with a good exercise plan.
See expert tips to find a dietitian who helps you better manage diabetes, and skip the ones who don’t.
Are you losing weight unintentionally? It might be time to visit your doctor.
There’s a lot to like about beans, especially if you have diabetes. Learn about the health benefits of beans, and how to fit more beans into your eating plan.
Isometric exercise is a great way to help people with diabetes stay active.
This week in our community discussion with type 1s, type 2s, and diabetes advocates, we discussed how to navigate mindful eating during the holidays.
Ever wonder if chewing gum could be affecting your blood sugar? Jewels Doskicz, RN, explains the ins and outs of sugar and sugar-free gum.
Here’s the what, why, and how to losing weight with type 2 diabetes.
Following gastric bypass surgery, you may be especially focused on physical health, but what about your mental health?
Find out which supplements are right for your body's needs.
Can people with diabetes drink coffee? We answer this question and more in this diabetic's guide to coffee.