Diabetes and Cycling

Get out and ride, this report came out last week.
A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on data from 2007, said the number represents an increase of about 3 million over two years. The CDC estimates another 57 million people have blood sugar abnormalities called pre-diabetes, which puts people at increased risk for the disease.

The percentage of people unaware that they have diabetes fell from 30 percent to 25 percent, according to the study.

So dust off your cycling gloves, click into your pedals and let all your worries leave you and get healthier.