Exercising regularly helps you manage your diabetes. An exercise as simple as walking is important to reduce the risk of developing diabetes.
Exercise has been documented in many studies to improve the body’s ability to use glucose in the blood and decrease insulin resistance.
If you have diabetes, aerobic training such as walking, jogging and cycling, will help to control your condition to an extent similar to that of some oral diabetic medications. Weight training may be beneficial as it preserves muscle tissue that is otherwise slowly lost with age.
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