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I spent two years losing over 140 pounds the old fashioned way: proper diet and exercise. Exercise-induced hyperglycemia is more common in type 1 diabetes. Purposeful insulin omission before exercise can promote a rise in glycemia, as can malfunctioning infusion sets ( 143 ). Individuals with type 2 diabetes may also experience increases in blood glucose after aerobic or resistance exercise, particularly if they are insulin users and administer too little insulin for meals before activity ( 144 ). Overconsumption of carbohydrates before or during exercise, along with aggressive insulin reduction, can promote hyperglycemia during any exercise ( 89 ). Getting Started With Cardio This step-by-step guide can help you take the leap and get back to cardio. Choose an activity that you enjoy: The best exercise for you is the one you’ll actually do, not the one you think you should do. Walking is a great place to start … Read the rest