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Diabetes Can Impair the Response to Exercise

American Diabetes Association grant winner, Dr. Lauren Sparks, is an investigator at the Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes. She tells me about her work to understand the mechanism of exercise in the body and how diabetes can affect … Continue reading

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Extend Nutrition

The popular low-glycemic lineup of Extend Nutrition includes: bars, shakes, Crisps, and Drizzles. This week I am joined by Jonathan Lindberg and Stephanie Deisner, Outreach Manager and Outreach Coordinator at Extend Nutrition. They speak on the key points about satisfying … Continue reading

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Living Vertical with Steve Richert

Steve Richert has been living with Type 1 diabetes since he was 16 years old. Steve is also an active climber and determined to help other people with diabetes embrace the challenge by finding strength and self-reliance in themselves. For … Continue reading

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The Splenda Effect

Ideally, a nonnutritive sweetener should not evoke a metabolic response. However, a study published in Diabetes Care found that people who do not use the artificial sweetener sucralose, have an altered insulin response to the artificial sweetener. Dr. Yanina Pepino  speaks with us … Continue reading

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Diabetes Coaching with Ginger Vieira

Whether you’re new to diabetes or sick and tired of the disease, diabetes coaching may have something to offer. Diabetes coaching  can help build stronger coping skills, cultivate healthier relationships with food, and make exercise a bigger priority in your … Continue reading

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