Study: Short, intense bursts of walking can lower blood sugar

08/5/2014 | Daily Mail (London), The

A study at the University of Copenhagen of 32 patients with diabetes found that short bursts of fast walking resulted in better control of blood sugar levels than did walking at a steady pace. Participants trained for one hour five times a week over four months. Only the interval walkers achieved a reduction in glucose levels; the control group and those who walked at a continuous pace showed no improvement.

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