Diabetes: Five ways to reduce your risk of high blood sugars by 50%
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The charity also emphasised the importance of moving your limbs, raising your heart rate, and breathing that little bit faster.

Adults are required to do 150 minutes of activity each week, which can be broken down into 30-minute chunks, five days a week.

“Being more active and moving more is key to preventing type 2 diabetes,” stated Diabetes UK.

“As your fitness and confidence improves you can look at intensifying your exercise and do 75 minutes of more vigorous intensity across the week, in smaller amounts of time.”



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