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Exercises reduce chances of cancer

The New Reasons To Exercise (series)

6/ IT REDUCES RISK OF SERIOUS CANCERS

To better understand the role of fitness in cancer prevention, researchers at the National Cancer Institute analysed data from 1.4 million people who reported their physical-activity levels over a period of 11 years.  People who were more active had a 20% lower risk of certain serious cancers, including cancer of the esophagus, lung, kidney, stomach and endometrium, according to a study published in May.  This builds on earlier research showing that exercise can significantly reduce the risk of colorectal and other cancers.

   By Alexandra Sifferlin (sourced from Time Magazine 29th Aug 16

Exercise and reduce chance of cancer

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Exercise after work, and eat less!

The New Reasons To Exercise (series)

5/ IT CAN CURB CRAVINGS

Exercise may be the key to keeping your appetite in check.   A study published in April found that people who exercised for 15 minutes after doing mental work – like work we all do at the office each day – ate 100 fewer calories than people who did mental work and then remained sedentary.  “Exercise has the ability to increase available fuel sources in the body that may signal to the brain, ‘Here is the energy source I need.  I don’t need to replenish it through food,’ says study author William H. Neumeier of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

   By Alexandra Sifferlin (sourced from Time Magazine 29th Aug 16)

Exercise and eat less

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Exercise and not as likely to be depressed

The New Reasons To Exercise (series)

4/ IT MAY STAVE OFF DEPRESSION

Working out regularly might prevent depression, not just assuage it, according to a study published in February 2015.  Researchers looked at 10 years’ worth of data and found that women who were meeting the current guidelines for exercise – 2 hours and 30 minutes a week of moderate-intensity exercise – reported about 50% fewer depressive symptoms than women who didn’t exercise as much.  And the more the women reported exercising the less likely they were to have signs of depression.

   By Alexandra Sifferlin (sourced from Time Magazine 29th Aug 16)

Exercise leads to less depression

 

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