Importance of Exercise to Prevent Diabetes

Research has shown, one of the best ways to avoid the risk of getting diabetes is to always control your weight. This can be achieved by engaging in regular physical activity and undergo a healthy diet focused on fruits and vegetables.

Many people are lazy to exercise by reason of the rush and there was no time to spare. In fact, physical activity is very important to prevent many serious diseases and disorders of health conditions.

Several studies have proven the importance of exercising regularly, even though experts are still debating how long it an ideal exercise to prevent disease. Recommendations were varied, ranging from 1 hour, 30 minutes, and 15 minutes.

Even a recent study claims, engaging in physical activity for 1 minute each day (eg jogging) can substantially reduce the risk of someone suffering from serious diseases such as diabetes type 2.

Moreover, researchers argue that doing physical activity with a short span of time can also help, and even help treat diabetes, although further research is needed on this.

In recent research, for example, experts from the Department of Health, University of Bath, involving several participants who were asked to do the sprint cycling two times (20 seconds) for three times a week. The experiment lasted for six weeks. After that, the scientists conducted a number of physical measurements and tests. The results showed that an increase in insulin function participants an average of 28 percent.

Researchers said the findings are not the first to demonstrate the positive effects of short-term physical activity on improving insulin function and blood sugar levels. Basically, regular physical exercise with the right amount proved to be the best way to prevent type 2 diabetes and keep blood sugar levels remain low.

However, factors such as lifestyle, bad habits, lack of motivation, and reason is often the bottleneck activity and contributed greatly to the lack of physical activity most of us.

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