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The Effects of Exercise on Glucose and Insulin Levels

The Effects of Exercise on Glucose and Insulin Levels

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Medical visualization of the effects of exercise on glucose and insulin levels in the blood. Exercise keeps your glucose and insulin levels in balance exercise has been proven to increase your cells' sensitivity to insulin. Insulin-sensitive cells can easily take up glucose and convert it to energy. Less glucose in your blood prompts the pancreas to produce less insulin. With less insulin, your body doesn't store fat as easily.

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