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Articles About Exercise and How It Affects Your Blood Sugar Levels

Exercise enhances a glucose-stabilizing lifestyle. It helps you burn fat, build muscle, optimize your health, and improve longevity.  Read the science-backed and expert-written articles below to gain more insight into how exercise can affect your blood sugar.

Did you know that 10–15 minutes of moderate-intensity to high-intensity exercise (as tolerated and per fitness level) can help you lower glucose levels fast?

Blood Sugar & Exercise

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