Study: Walking After Eating May Reduce Diabetes Risk

Study: Walking After Eating May Reduce Diabetes Risk

Experts say three short walks of 15 minutes can be just as good for your health as one 45-minute walk.
Experts say three short walks of 15 minutes can be just as good for your health as one 45-minute walk.

[WBAY]

New research shows exercising right after eating doesn’t cause cramps–it’s good for you.

A new study shows going for a walk right after you eat may reduce your risk for Type 2 diabetes, especially if you’re older.

Researchers say moving helps control blood sugar levels, which is important for keeping diabetes at bay.

Read more about the study at WBAY.