Articles (2009)

Prior print, online, and other articles and columns

Does low-carb eating compromise your ability to exercise? Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 500, Posted December 20, 2009

Injuries related to being active with diabetes: Part 6 (Prevention of muscle cramps and soreness). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 498, Posted December 6, 2009

Low-carb eating: Is performance compromised by menu choice? dLife – For Your Diabetes Life, Posted December 2009

How little exercise it takes to have a big impact. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 496, Posted November 20, 2009

Is it really true that exercise won’t make you lose weight? Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 493, Posted October 29, 2009

Injuries related to being active with diabetes: Part 5 (Foot and ankle injuries). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 491, Posted October 20, 2009

Injuries related to being active with diabetes: Part 4 (Knee and shin injuries). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 489, Posted October 7, 2009

Injuries related to being active with diabetes: Part 3 (Arm and shoulder injuries). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 487, Posted September 23, 2009

Injuries related to being active with diabetes: Part 2 (Prevention of overuse injuries). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 485, Posted September 9, 2009

Injuries related to being active with diabetes: Part 1 (Common overuse injuries). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 483, Posted August 26, 2009

Effective dietary practices of active people with diabetes: Part 4 (Importance of protein and fat). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 481, Posted August 12, 2009

Walking after dinner more effective than pre-dinner exercise in type 2’s. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 478, Posted July 21, 2009

Effective dietary practices of active people with diabetes: Part 2 (Supplementing with carbohydrates). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 477, Posted July 15, 2009

Exercise guidelines: One trial does not fit all. dLife – For Your Diabetes Life, Posted July 2009

Effective dietary practices of active people with diabetes: Part 1 (Importance of carbohydrates). Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 475, Posted July 1, 2009

Diabetic medications and exercise, Part 2: Use of Symlin and Byetta. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 470, Posted May 27, 2009

Diabetic medications and exercise, Part 1: Oral medications. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 468, Posted May 13, 2009

Insulin use and exercise, Part 3: Insulin pumps. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 466, Posted April 29, 2009

Insulin use and exercise, Part 2: Longer-acting, basal insulins. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 464, Posted April 15, 2009

Aerobic versus anaerobic exercise: What is the difference, and what does it matter? dLife – For Your Diabetes Life, Posted April 2009

Insulin use and exercise, Part 1: Faster and intermediate-acting insulins. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 462, Posted April 1, 2009

Being female and athletic: special concerns for diabetic women only. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 460, Posted March 18, 2009

Preventing hypoglycemia during and after exercise. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 458, Posted March 4, 2009

Dealing with exercise-induced hypoglycemia. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 455, Posted February 11, 2009

Exercise and hypoglycemia: Their effect on hormonal responses. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 453, Posted January 28, 2009

How training affects the fuels your body uses and insulin action. Diabetes in Control.com (www.DiabetesInControl.com), Issue 451, Posted January 14, 2009

 

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