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An after-meal walk may help lower blood sugar suggests a new study from the Mayo Clinic. Post mealtime walking can nearly double insulin sensitivity, researchers found when they studied 12 healthy people in their 30’s who walked for 75 minutes within two to three hours of eating – a good sign, as lower insulin sensitivity could lead to higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. More good news for your body; walking aids digestion by speeding food through your GI tract, which may help you feel less bloated at bedtime.