After-meal activity may benefit those with type 2 diabetes, according to a recent New Zealand study. Researchers there found that volunteers with diabetes who took three 10-minute walks per day (after breakfast, lunch and dinner) saw their post-meal blood sugar levels drop 12 percent more than those who took one 30-minute stroll daily. Controlling after-meal blood sugar spikes can reduce the risk of heart disease and the need for higher doses of insulin.
Source: Consumer Reports on Health February 2017 Diabetologia, Oct. 10, 2016
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