Diabetic Living - - Your Healthy Life -

New re­search shows that for peo­ple liv­ing with type 2 di­a­betes, short high-in­ten­sity ex­er­cise ses­sions im­prove in­sulin pro­duc­tion. As a bonus, this sort of train­ing doesn’t need much time. “Adults with type 2 di­a­betes may find it dif­fi­cult to ad­here to a strict ex­er­cise reg­i­men, cit­ing ‘lack of time’ as one of the pri­mary bar­ri­ers,” say re­searchers be­hind the find­ing. “Func­tional, high­in­ten­sity train­ing pro­grams, like CrossFit, may ad­dress this bar­rier by pro­vid­ing struc­ture, su­per­vi­sion and ac­count­abil­ity with a min­i­mal time com­mit­ment.”

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