Walking After Meals Can Do More than Keep Off Pounds


By Molly Clifton

Walking can help keep off the pounds and may even prevent diabetes.

Researchers at George Washington University found taking a fifteen minute walk after every meal can reduce blood sugar levels.

They also discovered the method is more effective than taking one 45 minute walk everyday.

Doctors say exercise right after a meal keeps blood sugar from spiking.

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