Saturday, 1 February 2014

Risk for Diabetes Decreased greatly by Exercise

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A joint US-Danish study has established that women who works out 3 1/2 hours a week reduces the risk for diabetes by about 40% and even those who works out for only an hour cuts their risk by 13%.  
Muscle strengthening exercise improve glycemic control among diabetics. 
Best results were was seen in those who exercises 150 minutes aerobic activity per week and 60 minutes a week of muscle strengthening.
The findings of the study revealed that muscle-conditioning activities with aerobic activity prevent the development of diabetes in women.
This research emphasizes that indeed having a dynamic lifestyle while eating nutritious meals can reduce the risk of having diabetes mellitus type 2, which is lifestyle associated.
These days many people are becoming more health conscious and more active. Many are on the lookout for easy ways to work out. The only difficulty is in keeping with your plans and determination.
It is recommended that we have at least about 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise in a week.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting this information! SO important to know about! I will be passing it along!