February 5

Improve Fat Burning Exercise Easily Anytime


Improve Fat Burning Exercise Easily Anytime with this simple "soleus pushup" based on a recent (22) research study that suggested this slow twitch muscle stimulated frequently throughout the day decreased glucose after meals by 53%.
When blood sugar is up, insulin rises and the longer it stays up the more you're in fat storage. That can set the tone for the rest of the day.

The soleus muscle will also help prevent early fall risk in women if it's strong.


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