High Intensity Workout: Friends Of People With Diabetes

Simply by moving the body for 30 minutes, we can help lower blood sugar.
Workout is not only a powerful tool to burn excess calories but recently studies have found high-intensity exercise can also lower blood sugar. This is good news for people with type 2 diabetes who cannot get involved in sport in length frequency.
The study describes the 30 minutes exercise a week give a very surprising effect. Blood glucose concentration decreased during the day, as well as blood sugar after meals. In addition, muscle mitochondrial capacity (markers of metabolic health) increases.
This is the first study that shows high-intensity exercise may be a good time efficiency strategies to improve glycemic regulation in people with type 2 diabetes.
In the study, each participant follows a cycling session using a stationary bike for 10-60 seconds to maximize your heart rate. Continued with variation practice, each training session is usually over within 25 minutes already included with the activities of warm-up and cooling.
Previously, it is suggested that people with diabetes to exercise with moderate intensity for 150 minutes a week. But it is difficult for many people, especially people with diabetes.
From now on, spare 30 minutes a week in order to control blood sugar.

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