Overall, this study found no benefit of intensive lifestyle therapy on reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes over 10 years.
Remember that if exercise is sustained you will become much more sensitive to the effect of insulin and the dose needed will fall which is a really good result!
Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York University in Toronto Canada, specializing in the physiological effects of exercise and stress in diabetes.


The aim was to look at the impact of an intensive lifestyle change that promoted weight loss through decreased caloric intake and increased physical activity (intervention group) compared to simple diabetes support and education (control group) on the risk of heart attacks and strokes over subsequent years. However intensive lifestyle treatment did result in weight loss of 9 kg while intensive treatment lasted, but as shown previously the effect waned after a few years- at the end of the study, the intensive group was only 2,5 kg lighter than the control group. Previously he was Consultant Physician at the Bournemouth Diabetes and Endocrine Centre in the UK.


She completed her specialty training in diabetes and Endocrinology in Wessex and then undertook a specialty Fellowship in Advanced Diabetes Technologies at University of Toronto developing an interest in the management of exercise in type 1 diabetes.



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