Morning workout vs breaks from sitting – which is better for blood sugar? (PLOS)

This is study that directly compares the benefits of 30 minutes of morning exercise to the benefits of regular activity breaks in an otherwise sedentary lifestyle. The findings were consistent to other comparable studies, showing that the effects of regular activity breaks are more beneficial to blood glucose and insulin levels than 30 minutes of exercise done all at once. Translation: working out is good for you, but if you sit the rest of the day, you would literally see greater health benefits from simply getting up regularly throughout the day than you would from your workouts.

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