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Physical exercise can reduce liver fat, improve blood sugar control in obese individuals

15:52 EDT 13 Jun 2019 | News-Medical.net

Research conducted at the University of Campinas in São Paulo State, Brazil, shows that vigorous physical exercise such as strength and weight training can reduce accumulated liver fat and improve blood sugar control in obese and diabetic individuals in a short time span, even before significant weight loss occurs.

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