Many people are reluctant to work out on the grounds that busy and there was no spare time. In fact, physical activity is an important means to prevent many serious diseases and conditions health disorders.
Some studies have shown the importance of regular exercise, even the experts still debate how long it an ideal sport to prevent diabetes disease. As a result, recommendations were also wide, ranging from 1 hour, 30 minutes, and 15 minutes.
In fact, recent studies claim, make physical activity a day for 1 minute (eg jogging) can substantially reduce the risk of a serious disease such as diabetes type 2.
Moreover, researchers argue that doing physical activity with the short time span can also help, but also help treat diabetes, although more research is needed on this matter.
In recent research, for example, members of the Department of Health, University of Bath, involving several participants asked to do a sprint cycling two times (20 seconds) for three times a week. The experiment lasted for six weeks. After that, the scientists did some physical measurements and tests. This research result shows that an increase in insulin function participants 28 percent on average.
Researchers say this is not the first findings that show positive effects from short-term physical activity to increase insulin function and blood sugar levels. In principle, regular physical exercise with the proper amount proved to be the best way to prevent type 2 diabetes and keep blood sugar low.
However, factors such as lifestyle, habits, bad habits, poor motivation, and they often become barriers busy and contributing greatly to the lack of physical activity most of us.