New Medical Study Shows Healthiest Time for Diabetics to Exercise

ABC's Chief Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser breaks down new studies that highlight the benefits of exercise for diabetics and specifically link the importance of timing when exercise takes place.
0:22 | 10/18/16

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And to medical news now and when it comes to exercise apparently timing is everything so get this researchers in New Zealand found that. Diabetics who exercised after dinner. Brought their blood sugar levels down by 22%. They say the results are probably more pronounced at that time because dinner usually has the highest level of cars make up for walk African have to hit.

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