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Exercise & Fitness

Exercise promotes more than weight loss
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Exercise promotes more than weight loss

September 25th, 2015 | by Danish Association
It gives a better effect on your health and your ability to use insulin, if you are physically active rather than to go on a diet. According to a new Danish study. Text of Michael Korsbæk. Article from member magazine May
Be physically active together
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Be physically active together

September 25th, 2015 | by Danish Association
For many, it is great when you are active with others. When you are with friends, family or colleagues, there is ample opportunities to move. Here are some examples what you can do: Activities in the garden There are always some
Tips and advice – physical activity
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Tips and advice – physical activity

September 25th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Everyday chores You do not go into the gym to get more movement into your everyday life. Look at your life – where do you can make an extra effort? Here are some suggestions: Walk or bike to work (start possible with once a
Questions about physical activity
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Questions about physical activity

September 25th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Why should I be physically active? That move, is about more than the eye can see, for there is it a whole process inside the body when you move. And there is also a lot of positive effects of being physically active – even
Young with type 2 diabetes and movement
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Young with type 2 diabetes and movement

September 20th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Daily exercise is a great benefit for all young people with diabetes.This may contribute to weight loss. Exercise lowers blood glucose by increasing glucose uptake in muscles After physical activity, the muscles increased insulin
Keeping Active with Diabetes
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Keeping Active with Diabetes

July 19th, 2015 | by Great Britain Association
Keeping active is an important part of one’s lifestyle, and particularly for those who either have or are at risk of diabetes. Even a little extra activity can have a lot of benefits, such as improving insulin sensitivity,