Short Walks After Meals Can Reduce the Risk of Diabetes

Short Walks May Lower Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes In Older People


Researchers from George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS) say that taking a rest immediately after eating is the worst thing that anyone can do. The study further showed that taking small walks after meals may be a good way to lower one’s risk for type 2 diabetes in older people. A short walk with your dog or just walking from your home to the corner of the street and back can help prevent elevated blood sugar levels.


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