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Exercising

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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.

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One of my favorite comments to medical students has always been that “there are a hundred reasons for blood sugar levels to change, and we know about fifty of them.” One of the ones that we do know is something called post-exercise delayed hypoglycemia. And I now know from personal experience about this phenomenon.   Seems that Steph and I…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Walking Equals Running for Heart and… Dear Ian, The link is…

04/09/13

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Dr. Fran Cogen, Health Pro, commented on Diabetes and Baseball OOPS! I meant those disagreeing coaches need to be educated!!! Glad the umps interceded. DrC

03/29/13

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Exercise Intensity Here's another study saying the same thing.    

02/28/13

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Structured Exercise vs Being Active Mike, I agree with you. That study of exceptionally long-lived Ashkenazi Jews noted…

02/21/13

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