Frequent walking helps regulate glucose, insulin levels

Reuters reoirts that according to a study published in the journal Diabetes Care, taking a walking break every twenty minutes, rather than prolonged sitting, could help regulate the body’s glucose and insulin levels after meals.

This would prevent large spikes in blood sugar and insulin that are linked to heart disease and diabetes.

Okay everyone, starting Monday … UP AND AT ‘EM!

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