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Exercising Safely with Type 1 Diabetes

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PLCHAPPELL
Very pertinent information Report
Great article Report
CHRISTOPHER63
Good information Report
In terms of fitness exercise helps you stay strong physically and mentally.
- Grete Waitz Report
I wouldn't mind seeing the article but for type 2 diabetics, Report
very good article to keep! Report
Nice to read an article here about Type 1 diabetes & exercise! Pleased to see that the risk of hyperglycemia was mentioned. Often even doctors neglect to inform Type 1 diabetics of this phenomena. Been diabetic for most my life.... 47 of my 51 years! Get so tired of people thinking losing weight or exercising will "cure me"! Thanks. Good article. Report
I know peoples with type 2 but not with type 1
But its good to spread the word. Report
Good Lord with all that info .....exercise seems a risk in itself. LOL never the less I will indulge cause I like the way it makes me feel afterwards. I always eat breakfast with more carbs to avoid lows. I bring me meter and glucose tabs just in case something does arise. My goodies are tucked away in my gym bag. Report
LILYOFVALEE
I appreciate articles relating to Type 1 Diabetes because there is so much focus on Type 2 that it seems to get ignored. My son has Type 1 and is very active with work and sports; he has issues with blood sugar control. I am forwarding him this article because there is a lot of good advice that will help him. Report
VED1231
Exercise is always the best thing to keep our health better. In case of Type 3 diabetes weight loss is very important and that time exercise is very much important for weight loss.
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Impressive article. I have clients with type 2 diabetes, but none with type 1. This article is very instructive, thanks. Report

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