Few things feel better than summiting an epic peak or racing down a mountain on skis, and few things feel worse than a bouncing blood sugar forming jagged peaks across your cgm monitor and ruining your epic day. I set about to understanding what's happening on the inside that could be impacting blood glucose at high altitude.
Hyperglycemia- A Cold/Dark Case
7 Tips to Get in the Habit of Working Out
One thing I have realized is that getting exercise daily and even weekly can be a challenge for many of us. As adults with packed schedules, it can be challenging to prioritize exercise, but with a ton of research emerging supporting the benefits (mental, genetic, academic, and of course physical) of consistent exercise, it is [...]
Why am I always high (hyperglycemic) at high altitude?
Building a Healthy Relationship with Food and Your Body
You've just finished a huge Thanksgiving meal. Some of you are stuffed to nauseous status, others are stuffed to guilty status. Now I'm going to speak to the guilty feeling folks right now: Stop feeling guilty. Accept it for what it is. If you're feeling extremely full, go on a family walk, or just pass [...]