Keeping diabetes in check throughout the holidays
“So when you have diabetes, you have high blood sugars, and you need to use it up, instead of store it or let it keep spinning around in your bloodstream. So, I think people don’t put as much thought or effort into the exercise component of diabetes management,” Folb said. HolidaysWith the busy holiday season approaching, it’s tricky to balance stress, exercise and diet. Eating a meal full of carbs plus dessert will spike your blood sugar and can make it difficult to bring back down. Folb said keeping your blood sugar high for too long can increase inflammation which leads to heart attacks and strokes.
Camp For All is throwing a pie in your face for a good cause | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2
Camp For All is throwing a pie in your face for a good cause | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2Published: May 27, 2020, 2:02 pmOur friends at ‘Camp For All’ are raising money and awareness for kids and adults with challenging illnesses. Be a part of their fun PIE IN THE FACE challenge!