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.
It can be difficult for people with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels during periods of exercise. Read this article to learn about exercise management in type 1 diabetes.
Are you looking for the challenge of doing a long run? Many people are anxious when they try a distance that they have never run before. Others worry that diabetes will limit the distance they can run. With some planning and a good mindset, you’ll be on the road to success in no time.
If you have a desk job, it might seem impossible to do anything but sit all day to get your work done. But even just a few minutes of activity every 30 to 60 minutes can have a positive effect on your health.
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.
Living with diabetes requires ongoing decision-making. Using an app can improve both your health and your self-confidence. But with so many food apps available, how do you choose? Read on to learn more about food apps for people with diabetes.