Regular activity is a key part of managing diabetes along with proper meal planning, taking medications as prescribed, and stress management. So, exercising consistently can lower blood glucose and improve your A1C.
1 in 3 American adults has prediabetes. People with prediabetes are heading toward developing type 2 diabetes and are also at a greater risk for stroke and heart disease. Take the test now to see if you have prediabetes.
Smart Snacking is important as more than a quarter of kids’ daily calories may come from snacks. Look for snacks that are low in added sugar (a form of sugar is not one of the first three ingredients).
The Federal Emergency Management Agency asks Americans to prepare for and respond to potential emergencies, like natural disasters and terrorist attacks, by getting an emergency supply kit to survive for three days and making a family emergency communications plan.
Summer is the time to take advantage of the beautiful weather and get your required 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week in the great outdoors. Here are some options and the calories burned for each.
Summer is a fabulous time to get outside and get moving. Humans aren't the only creatures that are more active in the warmer months. This is also tick season. Here are some tips for preventing tick bites and avoid the diseases they may carry.