"Exercise improves your health." You hear it all the time, but what does that really mean? How much of a difference can exercise make in your life, and how much do you really need to do? You’ll be happy to know that you don’t ne... Read more
So you already know that a well-balanced diet and a regular exercise program are keys to your weight loss plan. But are you listening to that other recommendation you’ve heard more than once in your life? Get plenty of sleep. Recent medical stu... Read more
Heart health is on a lot of people's minds these days, especially as more and more people are developing high blood pressure, high cholesterol and type II diabetes. You may think that you're on your way to figuring it all out, too. Eating a h... Read more
Under normal circumstances, the glucose (sugar) levels in your blood rise after you eat a meal or snack. In response, the body produces a hormone called insulin, which is necessary in order for the body to convert glucose in your bloodstream into usa... Read more
Before developing the serious health condition of type 2 diabetes, a person will almost always have pre-diabetes beforehand. But pre-diabetes is a condition without symptoms, meaning that many people can have it without even knowing it. Left unchecke... Read more
Try different types of exercise....then try some more. Find exercise that you truely enjoy and look forward to.
Set goals that are not based on how you want to look, but based on things you want to do.
Be accountable by sharing wt/measrmnt... Read more
Any help appreciated! I have a blender - old but functional - and a small Bullet smoothie mixer. I also have a Jack Lalanne juice (never used). I have heard great things about the Nutribullet but I was hoping for some more advice. Thanks all!... Read more
that is closest to the type that you did. Otherwise, if you want to track each one individually, you can, but that may take some time. If you save the exercises as favorites, you can track them faster over time though.
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Eggplant is used to reduce glucose levels of type II Diabetes. This vegetable contains low levels of carbohydrates and high fiber levels. In fact, the vegetable is regarded as a natural method of controlling diabetes. however people with untreated ki... Read more
I am a health fanatic. I read everything I can get my hands on when it comes to healthy living--everything from nutrition to exercise to the role sleep plays in our lifestyle and on and on. If it has healthy and living in the title I read it. Recen... Read more
I canít tell you how many times after I started my own healthy living journey I would step on the scale and the minute the number was not what I expected my motivation began to falter. For me, the scale became the be-all-end-all to my success. Howev... Read more
I've known Type II, Adult-Onset Diabetes since I was a young kid. At around 9 years old, my mom was diagnosed with it. She had had gestational diabetes during her last couple months of pregnancy with me and I was born one month early in part becaus... Read more
Today is my first doctor's visit since I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. I printed up the nutrition reports for the dietitian to look at. I doubt she will, but at least she will get the point that I am taking this seriously...wait. Why do I care... Read more
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