There are lots of resistance and cardio exercises you can do at home. Many of these exercises require minimal equipment and offer maximum benefits!
No doubt a healthcare professional has encouraged you to exercise to help manage your diabetes. It can be very confusing when you expect exercise to lower your blood sugar, but instead it rises.
January, here we are again! It’s dark in the morning, and dark when you come home from work. You’ve survived another festive season of eating and drinking that’s left you exhausted. So, how do you motivate yourself to exercise when you feel so tired?
I’m not going to lie to you! If you’re not active, then starting an exercise program is hard. So think of it as an awesome road trip: the journey to the destination will be the best part.
Guidelines are very clear about the recommended amount of exercise for people with diabetes. But if you ask ‘when is the best time to exercise?’, it’s tough to get a straight answer.
Sports drinks are fluid-replacement beverages. They were developed to provide a quick and convenient way to hydrate and fuel the body for optimal exercise performance. The following tips can help you decide if you may benefit from a sports drink.