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"It's increasingly clear that blood sugar spikes, especially after a meal, are bad for you," says John P. Thyfault, one of the researchers, told the NYT. "Spikes and swings in blood sugar after meals have been linked to the development of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes."
Scientists have known for a while that merely walking more can massively decrease the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, but they haven't really known why.
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