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The Best Time of Day to Exercise

The biggest problem most insulin users face is the risk of their blood glucose going too low for up to two days after they exercise.  Given that there are no clear recommendations about the best time to exercise with diabetes, a recent study published in the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology early in 2015 […]
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