10,000 Steps to Lower Blood Glucose

Being physically active is an important part of staying healthy. But it doesn’t have to be complicated! Studies have shown that walking 10,000 steps a day is a great way to achieve optimal health.

Did you know that walking 10,000 steps can also help you manage your diabetes?

Check out our One Drop Guide to 10,000 Steps to:

  • find out how walking can help you hit your blood glucose targets, and
  • get specific tips on how to incorporate these steps into your daily routine, no matter your activity level!

Even though 10,000 may sound like a lot of steps, it’s actually very doable. It’s just about 1.5 hours of walking per day! And you don’t have to do it all at once. Get your steps in whenever you can — even pacing during phone calls counts. 🙂

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So now that you know all the benefits of walking, let’s do this!

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Rachel Sánchez-Madhur
Rachel Sánchez-Madhur

Living with T1D for 23+ years. Low-carb foodie, wine enthusiast, yogi, and dog-lover. Consumer Marketing, Strategy, and Customer Success at One Drop.