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Innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tool Optimizes Care for T2D Patients  

A new clinical software using artificial intelligence is being used for those with type 2 diabetes in Kentucky. It shows promising results in improving the Quality of Life for its residents and lowering treatment costs. This feature will be a 3-part series. 

In Part 1:  Adherence-related issues are hemorrhaging the costs of diabetes-related treatment in America. To offset this tragedy, GlucosePATH is utilized by a team of healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the quality of life while decreasing avoidable costs.  

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Pumping Up with Protein: Does This Work for Exercise and Health?

By Sheri Colberg, PhD
Protein is never a key exercise fuel, but it’s critical for other reasons. During most exercise, protein contributes less than 5 percent of the total energy, although it may rise to 10 to 15 percent during a prolonged event like a marathon or Ironman triathlon. Taking in enough dietary protein is important because dietary protein allows your muscles to be repaired after exercise and promotes the synthesis of hormones, enzymes, and other body tissues formed from amino acids, the building blocks of protein.

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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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