Making Exercise More Fun

Why don’t more people exercise? For some, it’s because they don’t enjoy it. This article offers some suggestions to help you find the fun in exercise…

Exercise Myths and Facts

Are you confused by all the exercise advice out there? To set the record straight and help you exercise safely, here are the facts…

So You Think You Can’t Dance?

Perhaps you’ve never pictured yourself as a dancer, but the fact is that you don’t have to have Bill’s fancy footwork, Ginger’s grace, or Gene’s rhythm to have a whole lot of fun and enjoy the very real health benefits of dancing…

Teeing Up for a Healthy Heart

I’ve heard from my doctor about the importance of exercising. No matter what type of diabetes you have, golf can be the exercise the doctor ordered…

Accessible Exercise and Recreation

A boom in accessible recreation has provided opportunities that can make an active life easier and more fun for people with limited physical abilities…

Burning Fat Through Exercise

As much time as we spend worrying about the prevalence of obesity in America, most people know surprisingly little about what fat is and how the body can get rid of it…

All About Walking

Walking is the most popular form of exercise in the United States and throughout most of the world. Regular walking has been linked to significant health benefits, including weight loss, reduced cardiovascular risk, and reduced risk of cancer…

More Movement is NEAT!

The scientific term for the energy a person expends on everyday activities is non-exercise activity thermogenesis, or NEAT. “Expending energy” is another way to say “burning calories,” so doing more “NEAT activities” may help with weight maintenance as well as improved overall health…

Staying Active as a Family

It is no secret that exercise and physical activity can help keep the body in a healthier state. With all the benefits for people with and without diabetes, doesn’t it make sense to make engaging in physical activity a family affair?

Exercising With an Insulin Pump

Whether you consider yourself an athlete or an occasional recreational sports participant, you benefit from any activity that you do, because all exercise can improve your body’s ability to use insulin. If you do not inject or infuse insulin to treat…