Study: 7 Minute Power Walks Decreases Odds Of Early Death By 30%

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Turning a 12-minute stroll into a seven-minute power walk every day decreases the chance of an early death by around 30 per cent, a study has found.

Experts led from Cambridge used fitness tracker data to show that, when it comes to longevity, it’s not how much exercise you get but the intensity that matters.

The findings, the researchers said, could help fitness tracker wearables to be employed more specifically to help improve people’s health.

Read more at Daily Mail.

{Matzav.com}

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  1. IT WILL STRENGTHEN YOUR HEART TO ENABLE ONE TO EVEN GET THROUGH A SERIOUS PROCEDURE THAT I HAD.
    THAT IS ACCORDING TO MY CARDIOLOGIST.
    IT WILL ENABLE ONE TO RECOVER MUCH QUICKER ACCORDING TO THE ATTENDING HOME CARE THAT I HAD.
    IT WILL GIVE YOU AN INNER APPRECIATION OF HASHEMS CREATIONS WHEN YOU SEE AND HEAR THE WILDEDLY BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS OF HASHEM…of course when you walk WITHOUT any attachments to music etc.This is your time under the chupah with You…Hashem…and your body
    words of advise: Have an ID card of your doctors and family and medications hanging around your neck

    • But never own an Organ Donor Card because then you’re dead as soon as you step into a hospital. Doctors who see such a card in a person’s wallet/purse they “heal” the patient with an instant dosage that kills them (as heard from doctors and nurse whistleblowers).

  2. To be strong. Eat your potatoes. And then ease the day. Walk to be 100. Love the money you earn. Smart off once with the doctor.

    Always eat your spinach.

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