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It’s Not All Genes: Aging Well Means Working Out

Published October 12, 2018

Do you know someone who seems younger than their actual age? Maybe someone from high school looks nearly the same now as they did then? Their secret may not be that they spend all their money on skincare, but that they spend their time exercising. Although exercise may not seem like the Holy Grail of eternal youth, it is one step closer to slowing down aging, according to new research. A recent study indicates that getting regular, vigorous exercise may slow down biological aging. So getting in a daily workout does more than allow you to fit into your skinny jeans, it also allows you to live longer, feel better, and enjoy better health. Scientists measuring cell structures known as telomeres have connected longer telomeres with longer lifespans. And people with longer telomeres tend to exercise more than those who have shorter telomeres. It’s never too late to start living more healthfully. Read more…

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