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Summer has arrived, and with it, abundant outdoor activities. Whether it be organized sports, leisure walks, long bike rides or more time at the gym, persons with diabetes should plan accordingly to avoid exercise induced alterations in their blood sugar (glucose) levels. Here some simple tips to keep your energy high and get the most out of these fun-filled days. Breakfast is important! You have most likely gone 7-9 hours without a meal. Breakfast will supply nutrition to fuel both your brain and body. It is also important to eat this meal, as many diabetic related medications depend on food intake to work properly. Skipping breakfast will put a person with diabetes at risk for hypoglycem

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Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions. According to the World Health Organization, (http://www.who.int/en/), the number of people with diabetes has risen from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. In addition, diabetes is a major cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke and lower limb amputation. For persons with diabetes, there is an increased risk of stroke if blood sugars are not controlled. Hyperglycemia (elevated blood sugar levels) can cause vessel inflammation, which raises the risk of stroke. A quick review, first, of stroke symptoms, using the F.A.S.T. acronym: F- facial asymmetry A -arm weakness S -speech changes T- time of onset of symptoms If you expe

Guest blog-Improve Diabetic Symptoms With Exercise

Improve Diabetic Symptoms With Exercise For 29.1 million Americans, living with Type 2 diabetes is a balancing act they will have to perform for their entire lives. For millions more, the threat of developing adult onset diabetes is a strong motivator to make healthy lifestyle choices. Along with eating a nutritious diet and maintaining a healthy body type, getting regular exercise is an important facet of managing diabetes or preventing diabetes. Research has shown that even small changes in a person’s daily habits that lead to more exercise can significantly reduce the risk of developing diabetes, or improve symptoms for those who already have the disease. If you’re living with Type 2 diab

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