Almost all of us who have diabetes are too busy to keep our hearts in good shape. At least most of us act as if we were.
When our hearts get out of shape, we aren’t so busy any more. Heart disease is the most common as well as the most serious complication of diabetes.
This combination of lack of time and importance of heart health drive my quest for a quicker way to meet this challenge of living long with diabetes.
Lead Author Arnt Erik Tjønna (left) Tests a Volunteer for his Maximal Oxygen Uptake
A couple of weeks ago I learned the answer when I was in Canada’s Yukon Territory. I was driving to Alaska, where I am enjoying a cool summer. I had my car radio tuned to 105.1 FM from Burwash Landing, a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio One station. The speaker was Dr. Brian Goldman.