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2016 Big Blue Test: What Happens to Your Blood Sugar After 14 Minutes of Exercise?

 The Big Blue Test is a program that helps people realize that a little bit can go a long way. For example, did you know that just a few minutes of exercise can hep lower your blood sugar? How it works: You exercise for at least 14 minutes. Visit Enter your blood sugar (if you have […]
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