Most people with diabetes know that controlling blood sugar is the key to good diabetes management. That’s why this article from Diabetic Living Online that has tips on how to lower and control your blood sugar is so valuable. With 11 simple tips that try (and succeed, for the most part) to simplify controlling blood […]

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Sleep has been shown to be essential for good diabetes management– not getting enough sleep or having disrupted sleep can make people eat more, worsen blood sugar control and lead to poor heart health. Find more information about that here and here. But how much sleep is “enough”? A recent Wall Street Journal article suggested […]

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Today’s article is from the perspective of a type 1 who’s trying to lose weight and increase her insulin sensitivity, but it really is relevant for anyone with diabetes, especially if you have type 2 and you’re on insulin.   This is a motivational story about the impact of exercise and how it can lower […]

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We’ve written before about all the effects and benefits of exercise on your health. Now research indicates that exercise can also compensate for overindulging. Did you know that eating a high-fat, high-calorie diet for just three days can lead to increased blood sugar and insulin resistance? Both of these conditions can potentially increase your risk […]

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New research out supports what we’ve written about on the blog before, that when it comes to exercise, intensity DOES matter and can help your body really get the benefits of exercise. Now, the New York Times highlights new research that shows that there are specific biochemicals (like adrenaline) that are released when your body […]

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