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Relationship between Diabetes and Fitness

In a person without diabetes, insulin ebbs and flows as per the body's needs. But when you have diabetes, several things can throw this system off. Having diabetes or prediabetes changes our response to exercise and the way your body adjusts the level of glucose, which is needed to power your workout. It boils down to the way diabetes alters insulin and other hormones that control blood sugar. T2DM is undeniably a complex, elusive disease, but read on to see how by increasing physical activity you can control and reduce your risk.
Metabolic Health

Effects of Fasting on Metabolic Health

Is it possible to improve your health not by eating less, but instead by simply shaving a few hours off your daily eating window? Studies have shown that Intermittent Fasting is safe and effective, but only when the timing of the fast is right. But how does it work? What is the timing that makes it effective? Is it a realistic and sustainable approach for preventing diabetes, managing sugar levels and weight loss? Read on to find out more.

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