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Blood Sugar Levels and Exercise

Blood sugar levels can be lowered by exercise that is performed with our personal trainers.

One of the common questions I receive from my clients when we first get started is, “How does exercise help regulate blood sugar levels?” Balancing Blood Sugar Levels We all need exercise to maintain a healthy lifestyle – we all know that. But this becomes more necessary when your blood sugar levels are atypical. Anyone…

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How Bad is Sugar? Why Sugar is the “White Death”


The White Death: How Bad is Sugar? That is what Arnold Schwarzenegger called highly refined, processed foods way back in the 1970’s when he was in his bodybuilding heyday. White bread, white rice, white pasta, white flour and sugary foods of all kinds are in this group. Here we are in the 21st century and has…

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Sugar in Energy Drinks

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Sports beverages, or so called energy drinks, are not as healthy as they were once thought to be mainly due to the sugar in energy drinks. As a matter of fact, the term “energy drink,” which is often used under the moniker of a “sports drink,” is very misleading. Energy drinks contain stimulants and aren’t…

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Exercise and Blood Sugar Disorders

Diabetes and other blood sugar diseases can be mitigated with exercise.

Your blood sugar level is the measurement of the concentration of glucose in the blood. On average, the blood does have some amount of glucose already present. However, for some it can be too much or not enough at all. These two extremes can make you more susceptible to disease in the body that some…

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