Dessi Zaharieva and Dr. Riddell recently published a review article on insulin management strategies for exercise in individuals with diabetes. If you are interested in reading the article, you can view it HERE.
According to Neil Bennet, deputy editor of The Lancet, JDRF's type 1 diabetes and exercise consensus paper "has had an impressive 15,953 page views since January just from TheLancet.com alone." If you are interested in reading the paper, it is available from TheLancet.com.
By Mark Harmel from Medscape.com Exercise is really tough to manage with type 1 diabetes; will the development of the artificial pancreas (AP) make it any easier? With the varied glucose impact of different exercise types from a long aerobic run to anaerobic weight-lighting, the impact all of these profile types would need to be programmed […]
By Jeff Craven from EndocrinologyAdvisor.com Patients with type 1 diabetes and their providers should recognize how the form and intensity of exercise affects glucose control, according to a recent consensus statement published in the Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. "Regular exercise has long been known to be beneficial from a cardiometabolic perspective for people living with […]
By Miriam E Tucker from Medscape.com A new consensus statement advises individuals with type 1 diabetes on how to exercise safely. "Regular exercise can help individuals with diabetes to achieve their blood lipid, body composition, fitness, and blood sugar goals," said lead author Michael C Riddell, PhD, of the Muscle Health Research Centre, York University, […]