Friday, June 22, 2007
Stronger Body, Better Blood Sugar
Build Your BodyHigh blood sugar isn't good -- it could quickly put you on the path to type 2 diabetes. But keeping blood glucose from getting too high is harder when you get older, even if you're healthy.
Luckily, exercise is an excellent antidote. Both resistance training and cardio exercise can help. For weight training to benefit your blood sugar, though, you need to get an adequate amount of protein in your diet.