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Phytage Labs Gluco Type 2

by Mathew John (2020-03-26)

Researchers at Singapore General Hospital studied Phytage Labs Gluco Type 2 Review 49 volunteers with Type 2 diabetes. Their HbA1c, a measure of blood sugar control over the previous 120 days, ranged from 8 to 10%, which is higher than the recommended level of 7% or lower. One group of volunteers performed aerobic exercise while the other group of volunteers performed progressive resistance training for 8 weeks, completing 18 sessions altogether. The progressive resistance group performed 9 resistive exercises while the aerobic group performed for 50 minutes. The HbA1c level improved about the same in both groups.The resistance exercise group had a greater lowering of their waist circumference than did the aerobic group, while the aerobic group had the greater increase in peak oxygen utilization. The authors concluded that progressive resistance exercise is a good alternative to aerobics for those unable to perform the latter.What is Resistance Training? Resistance training is the opposite of aerobic training. The idea is to strengthen and tone your body or parts of your body. In general, light-weight training or the use of machines that impose resistance on your arms or legs are used. Resistance tubes are popular. The difference for a diabetic is that it is an essential part of diabetic management... to improve insulin sensitivity.