Timing of Exercise and Meals

Timing of Exercise and Meals

June 22, 2013 by Gabe Mirkin, MD In North America, more than 35 percent of the population becomes diabetic, and most cases of diabetes could be prevented with exercise. A high rise in blood sugar levels causes sugar to stick on the surface of cells. Once there, the...
You Should Exercise Every Day?!

You Should Exercise Every Day?!

June 20, 2013 by Gabe Mirkin, MD Men who exercised regularly stopped exercising for just one week. Both those who were lean and those who were overweight had rises in blood factors that are abnormal in diabetics (Metabolism-Clinical and Experimental, September 20,...
All about Exercise and Blood Sugar

All about Exercise and Blood Sugar

    How Long Does Exercise Affect Blood Sugar Levels? Exercising in the morning before breakfast helps to prevent a high rise in blood sugar in diabetics only after breakfast and lunch. It does not prevent the high rise in blood sugar that follows the evening dinner...
Passive Artificial Pancreas Nearing Trials

Passive Artificial Pancreas Nearing Trials

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Why a High-Protein Breakfast Will Curb Your Appetite

Why a High-Protein Breakfast Will Curb Your Appetite

Most people get more than enough protein from their daily diet, but they generally don’t eat much of it for breakfast and only a moderate portion for lunch. However, a new study has found that eating ahigh-protein breakfast of hearty foods can help reduce hunger...