Short bursts of intense exercise before meals may help control blood sugar spikes better than one longer, less intense session, suggests a new small study. Researchers found that intense and resistant exercise routines controlled blood sugar more effectively than the continuous exercise routines. Via Reuters. Posted July 9, 2014
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