Lower blood sugar with a walk

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Posted: Friday, June 14, 2013 10:53 am | Updated: 5:11 pm, Wed Jul 3, 2013.

There is good news for those looking to lower their risk of diabetes and blood sugar.

A new study finds that walking for as little as fifteen minutes after meals, (three meals a day) may have offer these health benefits.

Type two diabetes can be controlled through diet and exercise so this information can be added to your toolbox to take command of your health.

The study also finds that walking after the meals is more effective even than walking for forty-five minutes in the morning or afternoons.

The other health benefits include cardiovascular, and bone building as walking is considered a weight-bearing exercise.

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