Participants in the Diabetes, Exercise and Healthy Lifestyle Program at Toronto Rehab were discussing how they planned to stay motivated, once they finished the program. Here are a few highlights that I think you will find inspiring
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The Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines (CPAG) for youth under17 recommend 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity exercise weekly, and specify that this should include vigorous-intensity activities at least 3 days a week. For adults, the guidelines recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity per week.
At Toronto Rehab’s Diabetes, Exercise and Healthy lifestyle Program, patients gather around a large counter situated in the middle of the track, where they check their blood sugar after exercise.
I get cravings for sushi and truthfully, it’s not the most simple food to make. However, this method is quick and simple and tastes fantastic…indulge your craving.
Life gets so busy, and the temptation to pick up fast food while you’re working or on the run is appealing. However, while it takes a bit of time to prepare healthy foods to pack and go, the flavours and nutritional rewards are worth it!
The tips and ideas in this article are intended not only for people living with diabetes but also for anyone with jobs in the workplace.