“Lower your blood sugar”. “Lower your blood pressure”. “Exercise, eat healthier, and lose weight”.
You hear it all the time.
If you are struggling with health issues commonly associated with being overweight, you’re certainly not alone.
But a new study shows that even with just 15 minutes, you can be only a short walk away from better health!
More than What Meets the Eye
There’s so much more than just the assumption of unwanted pounds that goes along with having high blood sugar.
Type 2 diabetes usually occurs most often in adults, though the rising percentage of overweight children is creating a serious change in those who are affected by this metabolic disorder.
However, you might be surprised to know that, while commonly associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes is not a result of being overweight.
And unfortunately for some, elevated blood sugar levels can go unnoticed, until it’s too late.
Taking A Step Towards Healing
But a recent study shows that, for those concerned about regulating their blood sugar levels, taking a short walk after dinner may be the answer.
This study included participants at least 60 years old, who had elevated levels of fasting blood sugar combined with little physical activity. These factors put them at risk for Type 2 diabetes, but the subjects were otherwise considered to be healthy.
During the trial, the participants were asked to engage in walking for 15 minutes following their evening meal, or to walk for 45 minutes at 10:30 a.m. or at 4:30 p.m.
The results showed that lower blood sugar levels were achieved after all of the experimental activities. However researchers were surprised to find that for those who walked 15-minute following their evening meal, the decrease in their blood sugar levels was significant, in comparison.
Save the Best for Last…NOT the Biggest
Health experts agree that the best time to take a stroll is after your biggest meal of the day, which is quite often when the majority of us are ready to plop on the couch, remote in-hand, preparing to “call it a day”.
But saving the “biggest” meal for last is a huge mistake, according to the leaders of the study, since the evening meal is a major factor in consideration of the excessive increase in your blood sugar levels that continues throughout the night.
While the study was small, the results provide encouraging evidence that engaging in a short-term physical activity following dinner is a great way to lower your blood sugar levels, particularly for those who are older.
Be Open to Try New Things…
But no matter what age, despite the digits on the bathroom scale, and regardless of our current health and exercise routine (or lack thereof), we can always use some great ideas for getting in shape and feeling good, don’t you agree?
So take a walk in the park, around the block, or just down the sidewalk… with your dog, with a friend, or stroll solo… it doesn’t really matter, it’s just 15 minutes.
Going for a short walk is a great way to lower your blood sugar, and your blood pressure, as you relax your mind, burn some fat, and get ready to end your day~ the healthy way.
But, what if you could reverse every single symptom of your diabetes in 19 days?
This medical expert says yes…
And that you can do it without a single insulin shot or medication.
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