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Walking workout after eating 10 minutes ( Lower your blood sugar now!! )

Walking workout after eating 10 minutes lower your blood sugar now! // Caroline Jordan // Get a discount on your Nutrisense order here: https://bit.ly/CarolineJordanxNutrisense

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If you are wanting to go for a walk after eating to lower your glucose levels, but its too cold, dark, or dangerous out join me for an indoor walk! Indoor walking is amazing because you can do it from the comfort of your own home for incredible fitness benefits.

Going for a walk after a meal can help reduce blood sugar levels, even if it’s just for a few short minutes. When you eat a meal—particularly one heavy in carbohydrates—it’s normal for your blood sugar levels, or the amount of glucose in your blood, to sometimes spike temporarily. This spike in blood sugar typically triggers the release of a hormone called insulin, which allows the glucose to leave your bloodstream and enter your cells, where it’s used for energy. If the body consistently has very high spikes in blood sugar and is routinely pumping out more insulin, cells can eventually stop responding to insulin and become insulin resistant. This break in the balance can lead to prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. But new research shows that taking a quick walk after meals can help lower blood sugar levels, and potentially reduce the chances of developing cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

In this video I am using a Nutrisense CGM to monitor my blood glucose levels before, during and after my indoor walk. Nutrisense is bringing continuous glucose monitors (aka CGM’s) to the masses. CGMs are no longer just for diabetic patients, and that’s in large part due to our shifting understanding of metabolic health and its root cause in several chronic diseases. Using a CGM can help you improve glucose levels, understand your response to food + training, and make informed healthy lifestyle changes. Using a CGM was actually what inspired me to create a healthy habit of moving for a few minutes after meals because I can directly see the impact movement has on my Nutrisense charts. When you use a Nutrisense CGM you also have the ability to access a nutritionist who analyzes your data and helps educate you on what your glucose readings mean so that you can make better choices to improve your health outcomes. Do you already use a CGM to keep your metabolic health in good shape? Let me know in the comments below. If you dont already use one, get a discount with my code CJFITSQUAD at the link here : https://bit.ly/CarolineJordanxNutrisense

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-Caroline Jordan


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