Reverse Diabetes: The Daily Food and Exercise Log

Use the Reverse Diabetes Daily Food and Exercise Log to record your meal choices and workouts so you can better understand their impact on your blood sugar.

One key to managing your blood sugar is to learn about the impact certain food and physical activities can have on it. This Reverse Diabetes Daily Food and Exercise Log, which accompanies the new edition of the Reader’s Digest Reverse Diabetes book, helps you look at the effects of your diet and workout routine on your blood glucose levels.

During the Reverse Diabetes 12-Week Challenge, use this log to record each meal, when you’re eating it, the carbs that are included in your diet and your workout routines and durations. While you use this log, you should also check your blood sugar just before you eat as well as two hours after, so you can monitor what’s helping—and what might not be.

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Miranda is the Associate Editor for TheHealthy.com and The Healthy section of Reader's Digest magazine. Previously, Miranda was a producer at WNIT, the PBS affiliate in South Bend, Indiana; and the producer in residence for Minneapolis TV news KARE 11, where she won an Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Award for producing gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial. Miranda also interned at Chicago’s PBS station, WTTW, and worked as the managing editor at the Columbia Chronicle at Columbia College. Outside of work, Miranda enjoys acting, board games, and trying her hand at a good vegan dessert recipe. She also loves talking about TV—so tell her what you’re watching!