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Regaining Physical Fitness in A Post-Pandemic World

By Sheri Colberg, PhD
Yes, I know we're still dealing with a life-changing pandemic around the world and especially in most areas of the United States, but it is still worth thinking ahead to what comes next. Despite our discussion last month on non-gym fitness trends, it is more than likely that many of us have experienced a change (most often a decrease) in our daily physical activities and, subsequently, in our aerobic and muscular fitness levels.

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Beware: Diabetes Misinformation Delays Treatment, Advances Complications

Can we "prevent" diabetes with weight loss? Or would it be better to say we can "delay" diabetes with healthy behavior?  Often people are reluctant to admit that they have diabetes or to initiate treatment. Many times the cause of the delay in treatment is feelings of guilt (they feel like diabetes is all due to their weight). I had a patient who delayed treatment for three years, thinking that he could treat diabetes with weight loss and exercise....

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Exercising with Type 1 Diabetes: The Insulin-Food Balance Challenge 

by Sheri Colberg, Ph.D., FACSM
Addressing how to balance blood glucose levels during (and after) exercise with type 1 diabetes is not new. In fact, it is likely the KEY topic to address to be successful at being physically active if you take exogenous insulin and want to prevent hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia during exercise. Strategies include changing in insulin doses and/or supplementing with food, either of which can be done in myriad ways depending on the activity, timing and more.

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