21 March 2017 Stress Less with Diabetes

Diabetes is not for wimps. It is a serious, complex disease and there is a lot required of an individual to effectively manage it. We all get stressed at times but excessive stress can work against diabetes. Learn why it is important for anyone living with diabetes to manage stress. Find out diabetes stress-busting strategies to help live a smoother, more stress-free life.

28 February 2017 Yoga for Preventing and Managing Diabetes

If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, it is best to keep cardio and strength training at the core of your exercise routine. Now let's venture beyond cardio-centric guidelines for diabetes and explore the benefits of adding yoga to your exercise plan for improved flexibility, balance and stress reduction.

31 January 2017 First Step Towards Understanding Gestational Diabetes

A sudden diagnosis of gestational diabetes for yourself or someone you love can be unnerving and leave you with a host of questions. The good news is that gestational diabetes can be managed through diet, exercise and if needed medications. Read on to learn more about how it is diagnosed as well as diet and lifestyle changes which can help to manage blood sugars.

17 January 2017 Don't Resist Strength Training as a Tool for Preventing and Treating Type 2 Diabetes

We can all benefit from strength (resistance) training to increase muscle power. If you have prediabetes or type 2 diabetes, then you have even more reason to include strength training in your fitness program. Read more in this blog.

16 August 2016 Keep Your Feet Healthy So You Can Stay Active

Learn more about what you could be doing to take care of your feet. This is especially important if you want to stay active or if you have diabetes.

13 June 2014 National Men’s Health Week June 9 – 15, 2014

Celebrate what really matters this Father’s Day...keeping our fathers with us and healthy for a long time.

1 October 2013 Diabetes Diary: Do You Know Your ABCs?

Do you know your ABCs? The ABCs of diabetes care are the lab values you want to control so that you can live well and long with diabetes: A1C, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

3 September 2013 Diabetes Diary: Are You Feeling Distressed or Depressed?

The distress caused by having diabetes can be burdensome. But distress is not depression, and it is helpful to identify when you need more support with your diabetes management and when you need to be treated for depression.

22 May 2012 Mediterranean Diets: Good Food, Good Fats, and Healthy Eating!

Mediterranean Diets: Good Food, Good Fats, and Healthy Eating! If you want to lower your risk of heart disease yet consider low fat diets to be a miserable stain on the art of cooking, then consider Mediterranean-style eating. Healthy fats from fish, nuts, and seeds have the ability to help us lower...

30 March 2012 Losing Weight, Exercise May Improve Mobility for Those with Diabetes

Losing Weight, Exercise May Improve Mobility for Those with Diabetes A new study from Wake Forest University researchers, published in the New England Journal of Medicine , says that the sooner people can get their weight down and start exercising the better their mobility can be, with those who are...

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