Diabetes: Could Muscle Strength Lower Risk?
Hitting the gym to build muscle is more important than previously thought.
Researchers studied the impact of exercise on the risk for developing type 2 diabetes to determine whether certain types of physical activity can decrease it the most. The findings show that people with moderate muscle strength, maintained and built through resistance exercises, are at a significantly lower risk of type 2 diabetes, at 32 percent. By incorporating resistance training into your regular exercise regimens, the positive impact will be felt immediately. Keep reading more at MedicalNewsToday.