Tag Archives: exercise benefits

Mild exercise found to trigger anti-inflammatory cellular response

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(NaturalHealth365) Most people are already aware of the many benefits of exercise. It’s essential for bone, muscle and heart health. It helps with weight control, boosts mood and contributes to immune system functioning and longevity. But, is ‘mild exercise’ good enough? New research is showing that mild (easy-to-do) exercise benefits also include positive anti-inflammatory effects. These findings have exciting implications ... Read More »

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Dementia warning: Protective effects of healthy genes are destroyed by sedentary lifestyle

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(NaturalHealth365) A new study has just determined that persons who have a sedentary lifestyle can be just as much at risk of suffering from dementia than those who are predisposed to it genetically. The study was conducted at the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University in Canada and published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. There are currently around 47.5 ... Read More »

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Slash your risk of Alzheimer’s and cancer up to 50 percent

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(NaturalHealth365)  Want to prevent Alzheimer’s disease?  Today, we’ll focus on a simple, natural lifestyle habit you can do – today – to reduce your risk.  And, the results are stunning! Alzheimer’s disease is an extremely common and debilitating condition affecting approximately 5 million people in the United States alone. Conservative approximations have placed Alzheimer’s disease as the 6th leading cause ... Read More »

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Alzheimer’s risk drops with exercise

(NaturalHealth365) Use or loss it really fits here – you need the right mix of both mental and physical activity to keep from developing Alzheimer’s disease. To stay mentally and physically healthy you need to understand the basics – it’s not complicated. (thank goodness) With the age of convenience and innovation, most of the population is increasingly complacent about making ... Read More »

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