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Written by Karel Nunnink   

There’s no such thing as the fountain of youth, but you can keep yourself feeling younger by getting as little as 200 minutes of exercise per week.

 


This is only forty minutes a day, five days a week.

You can break that down even further into two twenty-minute segments per day. If you’re looking for a place to sneak in that extra exercise, try taking a walk during your lunch break, or going for a jog instead of sitting down in front of the television.


The average American watches 20+ hours of TV a week. If you replaced just three or four of those hours with physical activity, you’d be in much better shape!


Losing weight is about so much more than just looking better. One study has shown that men with waistlines larger than 38 inches are twice as likely to develop health problems such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.


Don’t rely on fad diets, or miracle pills that sound too good to be true. Discuss your exercise and diet plans with a qualified health professional. It’s never too late to improve your quality of life, or even to increase your life expectancy. So make the life choice and get moving!


Stay young at heart.

 

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