Exercise for Dessert: Activity can Reduce Cardio Disease Risk for People with Diabetes
A new study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology has found that individuals with Type 2 diabetes can lower their risk of cardiovascular disease by exercising after a meal. The researchers at the University of Missouri found that the participants who exercised before dinner were able to only reduce the sugar levels in their blood; however, participants who exercised after dinner were able to reduce both sugar and fat levels. The best results, however, were found in those who exercise daily.
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