Columns by Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, FACSM

Sheri Colberg-Ochs discusses secrets to living well as revealed in her latest book, 50 Secrets of the Longest Living People with Diabetes, in a special interview with dLife's Janis Roszler.

Click below for articles by Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, FACSM

December 2013 - Improving Insulin Action
Is changing your diet or exercising better for insulin action?

September 2013 - Why the Time of Day You Exercise Actually Does Matter
Recent research addressed how timing of exercise relative to when you eat a meat influences what happens to your after-meal blood sugar.

June 2013 - Got Gestational? Exercise!
The benefits of physical activity for pregnant women.

March 2013 - Break Up Your Sitting Time with Movement
Adding minimal amounts of daily physical activity can have positive health consequences.

Dec. 2012 - Secrets to Keeping the Weight Off
You've come a long way, here's how to make it last.

Sept. 2012 - Getting Our Youth More Physically Active
How our kids measure up to physical activity guidelines and why

June 2012 - What Resistance Training Can Do for You
Exercise routine dos and don'ts

March 2012 - How to Stop the Blood Sugar Roller Coaster
Fight the ups and downs of blood sugar extremes

Dec. 2011 - Top 10 Exercise Myths Demystified (SS)

Sept. 2011 - Lose the Scale, but Watch Your Clothes
More muscle mass, less body fat true fitness goal

June 2011 - Will Taking Insulin Make You Fat?
How to use insulin and not gain weight.

March 2011 - Why is Everyone Getting Diabetes and Prediabetes?
New book proposed five causes of diabetes.

Sheri Colberg's Past Columns

Last Modified Date: January 06, 2014

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