Walking Just Two Minutes After a Meal Can Help Prevent Illness

Available for Interviews: John Rodriguez, MD

Dr. John Rodriguez is a Chief Medical Officer of Healthcare2U, and he is passionate about the care that is provided to their patients. He manages all the care providers in Healthcare2U’s network of clinics and oversees care protocols and training.

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Walking and Health:

We’ve heard the age-old tale that walking after eating helps digestion, but researchers have found that it can reduce glucose levels by up to 17%.*

When you eat, your blood sugar levels spike. This is a completely normal event called a postprandial spike. This triggers the release of insulin, which enables the glucose to enter your cells which is then used for energy.** Now, doctors say you could drastically reduce these glucose levels by walking for a few minutes after eating. They’ve even gone as far as to say that merely standing can help as well, citing it could reduce levels on average by 9.51%.*

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7 Ways to Best Support Our Energy Needs Throughout the Day

Available for Interviews: Dr. Andrea Nazarenko

Dr. Andrea Nazarenko is a research psychologist with the Obesity Research Team and Social Development Research Group at the University of South Carolina. She also works as a community psychologist, providing consultation services to multiple governmental and educational organizations.

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How to Get the Energy We All Need

Our energy is a product of our lifestyle. We get out what we put in. You can think about it like an energy ATM machine: you can’t take out more than what you put in. 

Here are a few dimensions that can help support energy:

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