Diabetologia found postmenopausal women who combined four hours of standing with three hours of walking daily had insulin sensitivity similar to those who did one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise. "The implication of our study is that if you are not able to exercise, there are other alternatives that can also have beneficial health effects, such as the lighter activities that you may be able to incorporate in daily life," said researcher Patrick Schrauwen."/> Diabetologia found postmenopausal women who combined four hours of standing with three hours of walking daily had insulin sensitivity similar to those who did one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise. "The implication of our study is that if you are not able to exercise, there are other alternatives that can also have beneficial health effects, such as the lighter activities that you may be able to incorporate in daily life," said researcher Patrick Schrauwen."/> Light activity linked to insulin sensitivity improvements

Light activity linked to insulin sensitivity improvements

2021-11-29

A study in Diabetologia found postmenopausal women who combined four hours of standing with three hours of walking daily had insulin sensitivity similar to those who did one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise. "The implication of our study is that if you are not able to exercise, there are other alternatives that can also have beneficial health effects, such as the lighter activities that you may be able to incorporate in daily life," said researcher Patrick Schrauwen.

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