Gain life-changing information for how to keep blood sugar stable & avoid going low during exercise.

Exercise is one of our best tools for staying healthy with type 1 diabetes! But it can be frustrating due to fears of having a low blood-sugar. The good news is, there is a simple solution that will change your life, just like it did mine when I finally learned what I needed to know.

Understanding how to make simple adjustments to your food and insulin will not only reduce your chances of a low, but will also allow you to avoid having to eat like a pig prior or during! And, learning how to not worry about your BG during exercise will make it possible for you to enjoy it so much more!

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What You Will Gain:

  • 1

    Introduction Chapter

    • Why Exercise is Great Medicine
    • The True Benefits of Managing Your Diabetes
    • Dr. Jody's T1D Story
  • 2

    How to Exercise Without Going Low

    • Why People Without Diabetes Don't Go Low with Exercise
    • How to Exercise Without Going Low
    • Factors that Affect Blood Sugar During Exercise
    • What is Insulin on Board? (IOB)
    • What is Insulin on Board (IOB)?
    • Dose Insulin Like a Pro: What You Need to Know
  • 3

    Adjusting Insulin for Exercise

    • When & Why Exercise can RAISE Blood Sugar
    • Insulin Adjustments for Exercise
    • Mealtime Adjustments for Exercise
    • Key Tips for Treating Low Blood Sugar
    • Nutrition & Dosing for Type 1s - What You Need to Know
  • 4

    Managing Blood Sugar Post-Exercise

    • How to Avoid Delayed Onset Hypoglycemia (DOH)
  • 5

    Final Summary Chapter

    • Key Tips About Exercise and Blood Sugar
    • What's Next?