Regular exercise every day has effect even if the activity is reduced in old age

A little exercise each day can have positive consequences in later life according to a new study based on middle-aged people from the UK, writes Discovery News.

It seems even as if the training has a cumulative effect that can be harvested later in life, even if the exercise is reduced in the future. It requires no great effort to get relatively large impact on health. You only have 30 minutes per day and currently recommends the U.S. CDC (Centers for Disease Control).

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Stig Björne bor i Sverige och ibland utomlands. Han jobbar inom IT och PR som anställd. Stig har fru (Annika) och ett barn, spelar golf och hänger på landstället nära havet så ofta han kan.