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Dec. 7, 2019

Dec 7, 2019

It used to be that many of our diabetes patients would slow their activities as the weather got colder and the days got shorter. However, the development of indoor devices such as Peloton style cycles and rowers, and indoor running and cycling trainers that mimic outdoor activities, means hard exercise and competitions can occur during the worst weather. These new types of activities mean that worrying about proper nutrition or race loading of fuel doesn’t stop when the snow hits the ground. 

This week our exercise expert, Dr. Sheri Colberg, shares her insight on how carb loading, activity and diabetes can work together without danger. 




We can make a difference!


Dave Joffe