Bob Sallis, MD explains how regular walking can help cut new cases of diabetes in half, and help those who already have it. Walking 30 minutes per day, five days a week can slow, halt and even reverse damage that has occurred due to diabetes. It can also aid in keeping blood sugar in check and reduce needed medication. Listen to these tips for a healthier lifestyle.

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Bob Sallis, MD explains how regular walking can help cut new cases of diabetes in half, and help those who already have it. Walking 30 minutes per day, five days a week can slow, halt and even reverse damage that has occurred due to diabetes. It can also aid in keeping blood sugar in check and reduce needed medication. Listen to these tips for a healthier lifestyle.