How To Get Moving With (Or Without) Diabetes

May 1, 2017 | Blog

Physical activity is an important part of a healthy lifestyle for everyone. However, for people living with or at risk of diabetes, regular physical activity is an essential tool for managing blood glucose (also known as blood sugar) and preventing and/or delaying diabetes-related complications and their progression. For many people who have an already busy schedule filled with many responsibilities, it may seem impossible to fit in regular physical activity. And, to add more stress, there are always new trends and fads making it difficult to figure out what you should be doing to be active. However, did you know that health risks decrease with even modest amounts of physical activity?

Since I’m often asked for guidance on how to include physical activity in a daily routine, here are a few tips on how to get started and keep active:

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