Running or doing a cardio routine on an elliptical or cross trainer, is an ideal way to burn excess calories and stay healthy, especially when using the high intensity interval training (HIIT) method.
Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of doing this type of workout effectively, especially those over sixty or starting an exercise routine for the first time.
What is your ‘go to’ exercise method to lose and maintain weight?
Over the years there has been countless methods, trends, movements and ways to accomplish weight loss. For me, it’s the old stand by of doing cardio and lifting weights several days per week.
One of the new trends for 2015 involves the use […]
Diabetics . . . . Do you know the one food group that can help to stabilize blood sugar levels and improve insulin resistance? You are probably not including enough of it in your diet. It’s found in nuts, grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables, dried beans and lentils.
Research is providing evidence that our diets, and especially that followed by diabetics, should […]
Child obesity rates are on the increase in the US and throughout the rest of the westernized world. Much of this can be blamed on the food industry which seems to be targeting our young and susceptible population.
Along with the increase in body weight comes a slew of health issues with diabetes being a major […]
Have you been exercising regularly but not losing any weight? Or even worse you find that you’re gaining weight? Don’t get discouraged . . . there is hope. Losing weight is a two pronged effort — it takes burning calories form regular exercising and it also requires dietary changes to fully realize weight loss.
You must begin a daily […]
With the increasing number of diabetics in this country, comes an ever in creasing cost to manage this disease. And although there some who welcome this (Big Pharma), we, the consumers, are feeling the pinch every time we have to replenish our medications.
Insurance coverage is also increasing, adding to the expense of this disease. […]
Hyper-tension or high blood pressure is a serious health condition that requires medical intervention in most cases. It is called the ‘silent killer’ because there is no indication that you have it. You could be sitting down, feeling fine one minute and as soon as get up you are knocked back on your seat.
Natural ways […]
Exercises for pre-diabetes and diabetes
By Owen Lecky
As the attached article indicates, hypoglycemia is a very dangerous condition for a diabetic to experience and it must be avoided at all cost. It’s unfortunate that many diabetics are unfamiliar with this condition and what to do if it happens to them.
It is incumbent on the […]
Exercises for pre-diabetes and diabetes
One of the problems faced by diabetics is painful shoulder or ‘frozen shoulder’. This happens when the joints and tendons become inflamed which results in reduced movement. Over time they shorten which can lead to improper range of motion. It is imperative then, that you exercise and strengthen these muscles to prevent […]
Exercises for diabetes
Can you imagine not having to inject a bolus of insulin four or more times per day just to keep your blood glucose in balance? Well now scientist and researchers are in the process of developing an injectable ‘smart insulin’ that can detect when blood sugars become too high . . […]
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