It was published in the October edition of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

The study team utilized MRI scanners to measure how efficiently 20 volunteers, 10 of whom had type 2 diabetes, burned energy within their leg muscles before and after getting involved in the eight-week trial. Each volunteer was presented with a pedometer and asked to walk more than 10,000 steps a complete day by strolling at lunchtime, or before or after work. People normally, take around 6,000 steps during their daily routine – the scans exposed that by being more vigorous, diabetics burned 20 percent more body fat and could actually store more sugar in their muscles. As muscles are the biggest depots for the storage space of sugar in the body, when they neglect to absorb enough, sugar levels stay abnormally high in the bloodstream, causing harm to veins, arteries and organs.‘Takeda's support of the AGA Study Foundation is a crucial investment later on of the field of gastroenterology that ensures we are able to continue funding research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of digestive illnesses. Generous contributions such as this one from Takeda Pharmaceuticals underscore that dedication,’ stated David A. Peura , MD, AGAF, previous president of the AGA. ‘With Takeda's help, we will be able to continue supporting adolescent researchers and investigators across this therapeutic area.’..