Tag: diabetes education

The Vicious Cycle of Diabetes Medication

Meet Loretta. She has recently been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The doctor tells her that her weight plays a significant role in the fact and she is given a meal regimen to follow. Before she leaves, the doctor also writes her a prescription for a new diabetes medication to lower her blood sugar. The…

By Jose Scott November 19, 2019 0

Diabetes and Exercise: What To Know

Hi I’m Ansley and I’m here today to talk about activity and blood sugar. If you have diabetes, you’re probably tired of people telling you how important it is to exercise—but here’s the deal, exercise is good for your body for lots of reasons. It lowers your blood pressure, it can help you lose weight…

By Jose Scott November 13, 2019 3

Daily Exercise for Diabetes

What’s so important about exercise or interesting about It. Well doctors tell us that we’re supposed to exercise three times a week for 30 minutes and that exercise we normally are looking at things like running or going to the gym. But that’s not the exercise that I’m talking about. This exercise that we tend…

By Jose Scott November 3, 2019 0

Preventing Diabetes Binge Eating

Today’s blog is going to be on low blood sugar and binging. At the point you feel like you are starving will eat just about anything regardless of the consequence. One of my more memorable binges was a few years ago right before bed. I ended up eating myself out of house and home. It…

By Jose Scott November 2, 2019 0

Food and Diabetes: What Can I Eat?

Hi, I’m Ansley and today we’re going to cover seven guidelines for how people with diabetes can eat a healthy diet—specifically, how to eat the foods that you love while still keeping your diabetes in control. The first thing to know is that there isn’t a diabetes-specific diet- there are many healthy ways to eat…

By Jose Scott October 17, 2019 1