Less than a Minute a Day ‘Keeps Diabetes Away’

This sounds really really good. Seems I havent been using my exercise bike very efficiently.

Scientists at the University of Bath asked volunteers to perform two 20-second cycle sprints on exercise bikes, three times per week and after six weeks, researchers in the university’s department of health saw a 28% improvement in their insulin function.

Type 2 diabetes occurs when blood sugar levels build up to dangerously high levels due to reduced insulin function, often caused by a sedentary lifestyle. Regular exercise can help keep blood sugar levels low but busy lifestyles and lack of motivation mean 66% of the population are not getting the recommended five 30-minute sessions of moderate exercise a week.

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Less than a Minute a Day ‘Keeps Diabetes Away’.