Getting enough sleep is important to help control your blood sugar. Read this article to learn about the connection between sleep and blood sugar.
Diet and exercise are the key pillars of a healthy life, but they are even more critical for those who struggle to regulate their blood sugar. Believe it or not, 96 million Americans struggle with healthy blood sugar levels, especially after working out. If you’re trying to keep up with your exercise routines, you probably want to know how to … Read More
About one in every ten Americans will develop diabetes. Type two diabetes is commonly referred to as a “lifestyle disease.” Insulin is the hormone that our bodies use to turn the food we eat into energy. The more insulin our bodies produce, the more it increases the production of glycogen. Fortunately, there is a simple way to control your insulin … Read More
We’ve all heard the advice that drinking 8 glasses of water per day is good for our health. However, most of us struggle to drink the recommended amount each day. According to one study, less than 25% of Americans partake in 8 glasses a day. For those living with diabetes, proper water intake is even more crucial. Why is this? … Read More
Did you know that more than 34 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes? Of those 34 million, 90 to 95 percent have type two diabetes. Maybe you knew that, but did you know there is a connection between stress and diabetes? If you’re stressing out and have diabetes or prediabetes, how does that impact you? The answer to that question is … Read More