Ep. 131 - The Underlying Blood Sugar Related Effects of Walking | Free Intermittent Fasting Plan for OMAD
In this episode, Dr. Scott and Tommy discuss the underlying blood sugar-related effects of walking, and the importance of improving the post-meal glycemic response for reducing cardiometabolic disorders. Walking can be a powerful tool to reduce heart disease and insulin resistance!!
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