Episode 100 - Movement for management of blood sugar

In this episode of the Great Birth Rebellion podcast, Mel celebrates the podcast's 100th episode and nears 1 million downloads, expressing gratitude to loyal listeners and tracing the podcast's evolution. She delves into the use of movement to regulate blood sugar levels during pregnancy, particularly for women managing gestational diabetes. Mel discusses research on how movement affects blood sugar levels and the implications of exercise in blood sugar control to reduce risks during birth. Stressing personalized approaches, she shares practical advice on integrating movement into daily routines, advocating for experimentation to find the most effective exercise types and intensities. Mel underscores the importance of individualized strategies in managing gestational diabetes, promoting immediate incorporation of movement and personalized testing for optimal blood glucose control.


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