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Walk after eating


  • Improves blood sugar control: Walking after a meal helps lower blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity in people with diabetes.

  • Aids digestion: Walking after eating can help stimulate digestion and improve the absorption of nutrients from food.

  • Promotes weight loss: Regular walking after meals can help burn calories and promote weight loss, which can help reduce the risk of obesity-related diseases.

  • Reduces stress: Walking can help reduce stress and anxiety levels, which can have a positive impact on overall health


Some people experience stomach pain from walking right after eating. To avoid this issue, especially if you aren’t used to walking after eating, wait ~15 minutes after your meal to start walking. Also, start slowly, then ramp up the distance, intensity, and duration of your post-meal walks to a comfortable pace.

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