Weight Training Linked to Reduced Diabetes Risks

Research shows lifting weights can produce results similar to aerobic exercise.

We are often told that regular exercise is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself against type 2 diabetes. Physical activity may not only help you lose weight-one of the biggest keys to diabetes prevention-but it can also help reduce blood glucose in the bloodstream.And
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