1. 9 Exercise Tips for Type 2 Diabetes

    When you have Type 2 diabetes, exercise is an important part of managing your condition. Alongside proper nutrition and medication management, exercise can help you regulate your blood sugar. However, particularly if you live a sedentary lifestyle, incorporating exercise into your routine may be daunting. At Men’s Vitality Center in Glendale, we understand your hesitation, and want to reassure y…Read More

  2. Myths About Diabetes

    At Men’s Vitality Center, we care about your health, which is why we offer diabetes management services. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation out there about diabetes, so you may be working under certain false assumptions. Here is our breakdown of some myths out there: MYTH: Eating a lot of sugar will give you diabetes. Both types of diabetes are caused by genetics; type 2 is also cau…Read More

  3. Factors That Increase Risk Of Diabetes

    The instance of type 2 diabetes has been on the rise over the past decade. Doctors and researchers are narrowing down the cause for the increase in diabetes to a sedentary lifestyle, and readily available processed food sources. Type 1 diabetes causes and risk factors are still being researched, so for the sake of this article, we will focus primarily on the factors that increase the risk of type …Read More

  4. Learning to Manage Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes can be a difficult diagnosis for many people to stomach. Millions of Americans currently suffer from Type 2 diabetes, and early detection and management can lead to a better quality of life. When your body cannot efficiently use insulin, your entire lifestyle may need to be changed. Learning to manage Type 2 diabetes can take a long time to fully understand. Thankfully, there is help avai…Read More

  5. Learning to Manage Type 1 Diabetes

    Diabetes is an incredibly common diagnosis within the United States. People of all races, genders, and ages can be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Unfortunately for individuals that have recently been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, it can be difficult to learn to live with this disease. Unlike type 2 diabetes, type 1 diabetes is due to the pancreas’ inability to produce insulin. Individuals wit…Read More

  6. Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes is a disease that affects around 29 million people in the United States alone. This means that a little less than 10% of the population of the United States is affected by this disease. There are two different types of diabetes; Type 1 and Type 2. This disease can affect men, women, and children of any age. Diabetes is incredibly common and your physician at Men’s Vitality Center in Gle…Read More