Sunday, November 23, 2014

Exercising

At a Glance

Hitting the gym may be as important as monitoring your glucose levels. Scientists have found that aerobic and strength exercises improve A1c levels in your blood. Adopting a healthy diet and exercise lifestyle helps control your diabetes.

Community: Exercising

Join our community by contributing

Hc_btn_vert_join Hc_btn_vert_share Hc_btn_vert_ask
Happening Now In Our Community

Hot Topic

When it comes to our walking speed, moderation doesn't seem to be the best policy.   Those of us who have diabetes can manage our blood sugar levels better when we alternate between slow and fast walking, according to a new study. When we walk at a constant pace, we don’t get the reduced blood sugar benefit of our physical…

Exercising
Community Activity
FILTER BY:
All | Expert Only

Dr. Fran Cogen, Health Pro, posted Type 1 Diabetes in Adolescents-Exercise…   My day-to-day meetings with my children and adolescents with…

03/17/14

0 comments

Comment

Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, posted Thinking about exercise The New York Times recently published an article that examined concepts of exercise in…

01/15/14

0 comments

Comment

Ann Bartlett, Health Guide, posted Getting Active with Activity Trackers It’s the start to a new year and fitness is on everyone’s mind, mine…

01/15/14

0 comments

Comment

Kelsey Bonilla, Health Guide, posted Walking: The Wonder Drug My mom is visiting for two weeks for Christmas, New Years, and both kids’ birthdays.…

12/31/13

0 comments

Comment

Showing 5 - 8 of 89 results
< 1  |  Page 2 | 3  | 4  | 5  >

Related Content: Exercising