The Invisible Benefits of Exercise

| Mar 1, 2001

Kris Berg, EdD, stresses that the most important benefits from starting and maintaining an exercise regimen will be those we do not see, including:

  • Reduced insulin resistance.
  • Improved BG control in type 2s.
  • Improved blood pressure.
  • Improved serum lipoproteins.
  • Stress management.
  • Improved function in everyday life.
  • Improved mood.
  • Less depression.
  • Increased strength.
  • Denser bones to prevent osteoporosis.
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Categories: Exercise, Fitness, Insulin, Motivation, Type 2 Issues


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