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Can exercise affect hba1c levels?
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In brief: Yes
It will help to control sugar levels, and help lower levels.

In brief: Yes
It will help to control sugar levels, and help lower levels.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
In brief: Yes, definitely
Exercise requires fuel, and the two main sources of fuel are sugar and fat.
As one exercises, the activity will burn sugar, thus lowering ones sugar level. Consistently lowering your blood sugar will ultimately lower the HGB A1c levels. This is assuming that your diet remains relatively unchanged.

In brief: Yes, definitely
Exercise requires fuel, and the two main sources of fuel are sugar and fat.
As one exercises, the activity will burn sugar, thus lowering ones sugar level. Consistently lowering your blood sugar will ultimately lower the HGB A1c levels. This is assuming that your diet remains relatively unchanged.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
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