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April 04, 2008



I think it's quite likely true. The nice, gentle stuff is easy on the joints, and meets the criteria for prolonged use of long muscles - I think it'd probably be quite good for bg control.
It also doesn't have to be easy and gentle - we occasionally do Tai Chi as a warmup to karate; it can require a great deal of fitness, strength and discipline. If there were a regular class near me, I might be tempted to add it to my fitness routine.

By: Nicky Moxey


I'm allergic to exercise as an end in itself but I do tend to do a lot of low-impact stuff within my daily life, I walk a lot, usually carrying several kilos of photographic gear or shopping, and do stuff like gardening and housework.

This does have a marked and constant effect on my BG without the potential for causing highs and lows from more concentrated exercise.

If I had to choose something formal to add to my regime I'd look hard at Tai Chi


If Tai Chi can really help diabetes, that's a good news.

Sam Nisbett


Gentle stuff is easy on the joints, and meets the criteria for prolonged use of long muscles...

Sam Nisbett

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