How to Reduce Diabetes
Is it possible to reduce diabetes risk with exercise alone?
One study has shown that exercise alone will reduce the risk of diabetes in obese boys without a change in eating. That means even if your food intake didn’t change you’d still reduce the risk of diabetes.
This is incredible. Changing eating habits is the most difficult, especially for children. So all you’d have to really do is add a little bit of exercise to your day to get the benefits – even if you’re obese.
But will any exercise do?
The researchers found that it has to be resistance exercise. Weights might do the trick but nothing will build lean muscle and burn flabby flab like bodyweight exercises, especially those of the animal ilk (for kids and for adults).
Using all of your body in interesting and challenging ways is the ultimate resistance exercise – and best for decreasing diabetes risk.
Now, I’m not advocating eating like a pig. It’s best to adopt healthy eating habits no matter how effective an exercise program is.
But the point is this: just by doing the right exercise you’ll be able to significantly burn the flab, build your muscles, build your brain and reduce risk of diabetes.
And remember, there’s no better flab burning, illness killing exercise than my animal exercises. Build muscle, build brains, reduce diabetes risk with:
All the best,