Health experts have long agreed that exercise helps stabilize blood sugar. Now they’ve improved on that advise:
Turns out, doing one minute of intense exercise (such as brisk walking) followed by one minute of easy exercise (such as slow walking) six times right before meals lowers post-meal blood-sugar spikes more effectively than 30 minutes of moderate exercise once per day! According to the journal Diabetologia, small doses of intense exercise prior to eating prompt muscles to use more sugar in your blood for fuel.
Source: Women’s World January 18, 2016
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