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Just 2 minutes of walking after eating can help blood sugar, study says
by Sandee LaMotte, CNN
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13 September 2022
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Now you can add another reason to take a post-meal stroll -- it may lower your blood sugar. That excursion doesn't need to take up a huge amount of your time either: Walking as little as two to five minutes after a meal can do the trick, according to a 2022 study in the journal Sports Medicine.
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Standing after a meal can help, too, but not as much as putting one foot in front of the other, said study coauthor Aidan Buffey, a doctoral student in the physical education and sport sciences department at the University of Limerick in Ireland.
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