Exercising every other day can curb hyperglycemia, study says

03/14/2012 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Undergoing either a moderate-intensity endurance exercise for 30 minutes daily or for an hour every other day was equally effective in preventing hyperglycemia in patients with type 2 diabetes, a study in Diabetes Care showed. Researchers examined 30 patients and found the frequency of hyperglycemia decreased from 32 ± 4 percent of the time to 24 ± 4 percent of the time in those who had daily exercise and 24 ± 3 percent of the time in those who exercised every other day.

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