Activity After Eating Can Reduce Cardio Risk for People with Diabetes
Researchers at the University of Missouri have found that individuals with Type 2 diabetes can lower their risk of cardiovascular disease by exercising after a meal. Participants in a study performed resistance exercises before and after dinner on different days. Compared to levels on a non-exercise day, researchers found that the participants who exercised before dinner were only able to reduce the sugar levels in their blood, while those who exercised after dinner were able to reduce both sugar and fat levels.
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