During my evening walks I see other folks out walking every once in a while. There are a couple of guys out with their dogs. They kind of mosey along, but they are out there walking. There are a couple of women who walk on a semi-regular basis – which is great.
Then there was this family who I saw walking three times. Mom, Dad and son. I thought this was really great…a family that exercises together. Not just telling the boy it’s important to get out there and exercise, but actually doing it with him. What a great example!
Then, I stopped seeing them. What happened to them? Are they walking someplace else? I hope so. It was such a great sight to see.
And, then I got to thinking about consistency; about how it’s not just important to walk or exercise, but to do it on a consistent basis. All it takes is 30 minutes a day to get healthy. That’s not a huge investment of time to reap such an incredible benefit. Warren Buffet would love it!
Walk, or do something 30 minutes a day to control your Diabetes; lose weight; lower glucose readings (my walks lower my glucose by about 10 points); and, walk to win your War On Diabetes!
Thirty minutes a day; five days a week. That’s all. Just stick to it and be consistent…and you might never be constipated (had to work that in and hope you are smiling).
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