Diabetes Fitness Tips Articles
Nature’s wonders are waiting! Here’s how to manage your blood sugar while you enjoy them.
Everyday activities could be enough to help you live longer, says a new study.
Having an adventure can be good for your spirit and good for your diabetes control. Here’s where to begin.
Jennifer Okemah, certified diabetes educator and certified sports nutritionist, joined our Tuesday Twitter community discussion to chat about how to fuel up for safe exercise with diabetes.
Jennifer Okemah, CDE, explains the highs and lows of exercising with diabetes.
Highlights from our August 18, 2015 #DCDE Twitter chat with special guest Dr. Sheri Colberg, diabetes and exercise expert. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
For people with diabetes, the benefits of exercise far outweigh the risks—but it’s important to know both.
Researchers across the globe agree: for a longer, healthier life, regular exercise is key.
See great tips to beat the heat's effects on your diabetes and your overall health.
Sitting for long periods of time can have harmful effects on your health. Following a few guidelines can help to eliminate some of those.
Recent research has found that high-intensity interval training may be beneficial for those with type 2 diabetes.
Research shows us that walking, especially with a group, can have major benefits on our health and diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Our January 13th Twitter chat explored something that’s probably on almost everyone's list of New Year's resolutions: exercise. Our special guest was Dr. Sheri Colberg (@SheriColberg). Colberg is an author, lecturer, researcher, professor…
A leading expert on diabetes and exercise gives us the download on why we should be more active with diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
When you have diabetes, you need to consume energy before and and after exercise to keep your blood sugars stable. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Fitness begins with a realistic plan and a goal that matters to you. See tips to get past mental obstacles and keep yourself motivated.