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Are you overweight and diabetic? Then this can entail a number of risks. A high weight can, among other things, increase the risk of getting heart disease. It is therefore important to work on achieving an healthier weight.

Could you use some help with your daily challenges? These free apps can be your personal buddy, to give you that extra push when you are at home after your consultation and notice that the motivation has dropped again

We all know that stress is not good for us. But what effect does stress actually have on your body and what can you do to reduce it? That’s what we’re discussing today.

About 1.1 million Dutch people suffer from diabetes mellitus, better known as diabetes. Most of them don’t even realize they have diabetes. Today we will discuss what role nutrition has on the body in diabetes patients and what you can do to better balance your blood sugar level. 

We all know that sleep has a major impact on how we feel. What not many people know is that sleep also has a major impact on our blood sugar. If you don’t sleep well, your body reacts less to insulin, but if you sleep too much, it also has an effect.

We all know its not good for you to smoke and drink. But what effect does smoing and drinking alcohol have on your risk to develop type 2 diabetes? You will discover the answer here. 

Hyperglycemia is high blood sugar 10 mmol/l or higher, while hypoglycemia is low blood sugar 4.0 mmol/l or lower. Both can cause major health problems for people with diabetes. What are the signs & symptoms to pay attention to and how do they occur?

Diabetes is a chronic disease better known as diabetes mellitus is a disease in which the body can no longer balance the amount of sugar in the blood. You have two types of diabetes: Type I and Type II. Today we will discuss the differences between the two. 

If you have diabetes, it is important to get enough exercise and to watch your diet. Exercise is good for the hormone insulin and food has an influence on your blood glucose level. But what else can help?

Exercise is very important when you have diabetes. It is recommended to exercise at least 30 minutes (moderately) intensively 5 days a week. Examples include walking, cycling, heavier household chores or strength training. Exercise can have several benefits, but there are a few things to keep in mind.

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