Taking a stroll after meals can tackle diabetes: Patients who took a ten-minute walk after eating had lower blood sugar levels 

Taking a ten-minute stroll after each meal could help people with type two diabetes control their condition, experts have found.
Patients who exercised three times a day, after breakfast, lunch and dinner, had lower blood sugar levels than those who went for a single 30-minute walk each day.
People with type two diabetes are currently encouraged to carry out regular physical activity - but are not given advice about when to do this exercise.
The scientists, whose results were published in the Diabetologia medical journal, called for a change in guidelines.
They found that people who took... read more

19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail

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