If you’ve been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes (often called adult onset diabetes or T2DM) you’ve probably been told by your doctor, nurse, and dietitian about managing your blood sugar. You’ve been told about eliminating refined sugars, reducing carbohydrates, increasing your fiber, and choosing a diet rich in lean meats, healthy fish, whole grains, heart healthy fats, whole fruits, and lots of vegetables.
Weekends can put us on a different schedule. For some, weekend mornings are the perfect time to fit in a long run, a bike ride, or walk on the beach before breakfast. Finding time to fit exercise into our busy schedules can be tough, but for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients it […]
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. It directly affects over 5.3 million Americans, most of whom are 65 years old or older. But the disease and its effects on loved ones affects millions more. The public health concern and financial impact of the disease on the nation are devastating. As most risk […]