We are proud to share some words from Jay (age 46), who was one of our early GlycoLeap users. After 6 months on GlycoLeap, Jay has successfully reduced his weight by 16kg (14% of his initial weight), and has reduced … Continue reading Jay: 15kg weight loss and HbA1c of 5.1%
We are constantly inspired by enthusiastic individuals such as Katherine. Katherine has been living with T2 diabetes for about 8 years prior to using GlycoLeap. In about 1.5min, she shares about how GlycoLeap had encouraged her to exercise more, and … Continue reading Kat: How GlycoLeap has helped me manage diabetes
Monsoon season is in full force in Singapore with the end of November forecasted as the start of wet season, and exercising in rainy weather has become an inevitable chore. Your umbrella’s probably become your best friend (and hopefully not … Continue reading Exercising in Rainy Weather – 10 Easiest Indoor Workouts
What is GlycoLeap? Find out in 2 min! We have a video featuring our lead dietitian, Hannah here. English subtitles are available on this Youtube video too. Prefer to read the transcript? Here it is: Hi, I’m Hannah. I’m a Registered … Continue reading GlycoLeap in 2min
What is fitness? Fitness encompasses a broad spectrum of activities: from attempting pilates on the rooftop of People’s Park Complex to kayaking in Kallang, there is no limit to what you can do with your body. Amidst the fitness craze, … Continue reading Fun activities in Singapore: With or without diabetes!
Summary: Have you ever wondered if your emotions affect diabetes control? Here, I will be exploring 3 questions – How do our emotions (especially happiness) influence our blood sugar levels? Are there emotions that are “better” than others? What can … Continue reading Does happiness affect diabetes?
Summary: There are many things to do which can help control diabetes. In this post, I’m going to focus on 2 tips to maintain good control of diabetes – track your progress and having a good support group. Track your progress … Continue reading Maintain diabetes control: How to keep a good thing going
Summary: Whether you’re a parent, sibling, child, partner or friend, you can play a significant role in support and management of Type 2 diabetes. How you act can make his/her journey easier or harder. However, in the event of caregiver burnout, … Continue reading Diabetes support group: How to support someone with diabetes
Stuck for ideas on what you can do this weekend? Rather than revert to the usual weekend activity-eating, why not try moving! There are some fantastic active adventures in Singapore at your fingertips and it is time to get out and do them. … Continue reading 3 Great Active Adventures in Singapore
What can I expect from regular exercise and diabetes? If you have diabetes, no doubt you are aware of the need to exercise. Exercise is essential when it comes to boosting your physical and mental health. If you have type … Continue reading Exercise and Diabetes: What to Expect?
A common complaint when it comes to exercise, is that there is just not enough time to move more. Our work life, home life and our social life is simply too busy. Unfortunately, our bodies do not cope well with this lack of exercise and are … Continue reading 3 Simple Tricks to Move More in your Daily Commute
Set health as a priority. “Nobody is too busy. It’s just a matter of priorities.” If you truly prioritise something, you will make time for it. When I was younger, not too long ago, I was always busy. Or at … Continue reading Busy? Set health as a priority.