An interval walking exercise routine metabolism can play a part in the prevention & treatment of prediabetes, metabolic syndrome and diabetes.
About Robert CreightonDr. Creighton is a podiatrist and foot surgeon with over 26 years in podiatric practice treating thousands of patients afflicted with the physiological, physical, and psychological side effects and complications of diabetes and pre-diabetes metabolic syndrome. He believes these disorders present a pressing public health concern that need to be more actively addressed in a multidisciplinary way. Dr. Creighton graduated from what is now the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine after receiving his undergraduate degree in Biology. He is certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, a member of the American Public Health Association, an American College of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer and a Member of the American Nutrition Association.
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Inflammation often goes along with cardiovascular disease, prediabetes-metabolic syndrome and even poor nerve health to the feet. Stop prediabetes.
Walking exercise has cardiovascular blood circulation benefits, especially for people who are at risk for poor circulation to the feet and legs.
Walking exercise can be like medicine to stop prediabetes & metabolic syndrome, but is not the foundation for weight loss to prevent diabetes and its complications.
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