Diabetes and Lifestyle

Elise Karnegis, Registered Dietitian & Diabetes Educator with Baptist Health South Florida, says lifestyle is the key. She explains sleeping more is important to prevent diabetes, because lack of sleep causes weight gain and blood sugar problems. L.B. Irigoyen, Exercise Physiologist with Baptist Health South Florida, points out there are different things you can do to add in a little bit of movement throughout the day, such as taking the stairs, and riding a bike to go to work.

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