April 19

15 minute ‘Lower Your Blood Sugar’ Walk at Home Workout

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This 15 minute beginner walk is great for lowering your blood sugars. Walk at home while taking control of your diabetes and getting healthier one day at a time. This walk is great for anyone wanting to get in more steps (whether you have diabetes or not). Total step count today is 1530 steps.

Making exercise a regular part of your life is one of the best things you can do to manage and live well with diabetes. Physical activity is the fastest way to lower blood sugars without medication. Exercise lowers insulin resistance and helps your body convert glucose into energy. Get started today to take control of your diabetes!

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  • Brilliant information given here Jules. πŸ‘πŸ»
    My younger sister is diabetic but to look at her nobody would know as she’s always been fit and slender.
    I’ve been tested over the years as it runs in the women of my family and thankfully I’m not diabetic and intend keeping it that way by following your advice and life changing workouts. πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

  • You are the absolute best Jules ❀️🌈❀️ Thank you so much for creating πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

  • I’ve heard it’s good for blood sugar to walk after your meals, so I’ve been trying to do that. Since I’m visually impaired and we live on a country road with no shoulders, I don’t feel safe walking outside. Videos like this are a perfect solution for me. Again, thank you for doing these fun videos for us❀❀❀

  • I really enjoyed this short exercise video. I did it as a warm up before strength training. Thanks again Jules. I look forward to every new video you release.

  • Thank you Jules! Had to modify a little due to my neuropathy (I’m guessing rom my chemo drugs), but you make all your videos so fun!

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