Working Out Earlier in the Day Could Help Those with Diabetes: Study
The old saying “the early bird gets the worm” can apply to many different things in life, including exercise. A new study found that working out earlier in the day can make a big difference for people with diabetes. Harvard medical school researchers have found that morning and afternoon physical activity are associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes across all population levels of education and income, according to Science Daily. However, they found no statistically significant association between evening physical activity and risk type 2 diabetes. The authors concluded: “The timing of activity may play a role in the mitigation of diabetes risk.” Read more.