The many benefits of the magic ‘pill’

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When I say to potential clients that there is a magic pill out there that can do just about anything when it comes to improving health including but not limited to: reducing cholesterol, improving brain function, optimising blood pressure, lifting mood state, improving sex (now I have your attention) and that this pill is free and open to all. They just don’t believe me. That ‘pill’ of course is regular exercise. And here is yet another study confirming the benefits of aerobic type exercise in reducing the impact of the debilitating disease, dimentia. Whilst you can argue that genes may get us in the end, the things in our control like exercise has just too many side effects to NOT do. Check this article out on Science today. It is a good read.

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