Health & Food
Take a break and move to lower blood sugar
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- If you want to keep your blood sugar steady, experts say, take a break!
According to a study in the journal Diabetes Care, taking a break every 20 minutes after a meal helps lower the body's levels of glucose and insulin.
This has been the latest research to bring attention to the hazards of sitting for long periods of time - so step away from the cubicle and take a break!
High spikes in blood sugar levels have been linked to a greater risk of heart disease and diabetes.
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