You may think you're doing everything possible to lower your blood sugar. While essential, avoiding sugar is only one part of managing diabetes. There are many more 'secret' strategies we should be using on our journey to better health. Read on to take control of your diabetes and enjoy more stable blood sugar for good! Firstly, the age-old adage is true - knowledge is … [Read more...] about Check Out These Secrets for Better Blood Sugar Control
Exercise and Diabetes
How Going For A Walk After Meals Improves Blood Sugar
Everyone knows that exercise is an important part of overall health. What some may not realize is just how crucial physical activity is to effectively managing high blood sugar. Something as simple as a 10-15 minute walk after a meal could have a huge impact. Yep, it’s been proven by scientific research! Study participants who were at risk for type-2 diabetes walked on a … [Read more...] about How Going For A Walk After Meals Improves Blood Sugar
10 Ways To Increase Activity & Reduce Blood Sugar
Regular physical activity contributes nearly countless positive effects on your health, especially for those with diabetes. It helps your body make the best use of insulin and glucose, which controls blood sugar more effectively. In fact, exercise can reduce blood sugar levels for up to 24 hours after working out! Regular physical activity also lowers blood pressure, … [Read more...] about 10 Ways To Increase Activity & Reduce Blood Sugar
Top 10 Habits That Improve Health & Blood Sugar
It seems there are endless instructions and rules once you've been diagnosed with diabetes. Here are the top 10 ways you can improve your blood sugar, and overall health, on a daily basis. Start the day off right Breakfast is and will always be the most important meal of the day. It’s especially important for individuals with type 2 diabetes. Breakfast is the perfect … [Read more...] about Top 10 Habits That Improve Health & Blood Sugar
Science Proves – A Little Exercise Is Better Than None!
As we age, our risk for heart disease can increase. Physical activity, along with good nutrition, is crucial to reducing heart disease risk. New research found that senior adults who were moderately inactive had a 14% reduction in cardiovascular events compared to senior adults that were not physically active at all. Imagine… just a small amount of low-impact physical … [Read more...] about Science Proves – A Little Exercise Is Better Than None!