Hello Summer! People are getting out again for the beach, exercise, and travel. So let’s do it, but remember, getting out into the heat increases sweat production. Evaporation of sweat is the body’s key mechanism for staying cool in hot environments. Since water helps regulate body temperature, staying hydrated on hot days protects your body.
Spring season welcomes longer and brighter days, meaning more sunlight and fresh air. If it’s been a while since you worked out or if you’ve been keeping up during the winter, your routine could use a spring cleaning. Follow along with these tips to spring clean your routine, reignite your motivation, and spring back into fitness!
Most people believe eating excess sugar can cause diabetes, which is a misconception. For people with diabetes, it is critical to consider the total amount of carbohydrates and not just sugar. Learn more about the sweet truth about sugar and diabetes.
We all know that sugar is present in foods like cake, soda, and ice cream, but you may be surprised to know that there can be just as much sugar present in common, everyday foods like bread, granola bars, and yogurt. Even if we believe we are eating “healthy” it’s possible we are consuming a lot more added sugar than we think...
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