It’s National Doughnut Day! Not splurging on those, though. No way. But first, as always, the run down: The Numbers: Fasting blood sugar: 94 mg/dl. Good considering another late night dinner Weight: 185 lbs. Exercise: 45 minutes, 10 miles. Hard to get going this morning, but once the rhythm kicked, I was fine. Mood: 8.5. […]
Exercise for Type 2 Diabetics, Let the 100 Fittest Men Ever Inspire You Richard Simmons, one of the fittest men ever? Exercise for type 2 diabetics is a key part to controlling the condition. That all agree on. The problem is doing it. But first, my numbers for today.
Things That Drive Me Crazy about Curing Type 2 Diabetes The good, the bad and the ugly of the information out there. Several times this week I have read in articles that curing type 2 diabetes is not possible. That’s the ugly. Type 2 diabetes can be cured, controlled, reversed or fixed in so […]
The benefits associated with middle age fitness. Living longer is not necessarily one of them. My middle age fitness program didn’t begin until, well, middle age. I avoided exercise until I my type 2 diabetes diagnosis. Everything changed immediately after that. I got serious about keeping fit. I had someone write to me about […]
That’s a depressing thought, isn’t? No matter what, you are going to be fat. I am proud of me for losing weight and going from officially obese by diet and exercise. By diet, I don’t mean just eating less for a while, but changing the types and amounts of food I choose permanently. I fixed […]