How to live longer: Best exercise to slash diabetes, heart disease and obesity REVEALED

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Taking up exercise is particularly important, as the movement can help you get to a healthy weight, cutting your risk of diabetes and heart disease, among others.

There are several different exercises to choose from which may have this beneficial effect.

The study, dubbed an “absolute winner” by Peter Kirustrup, a researcher with 15 years experience studying football at the University of Southern Denmark, found the risk of heart disease by up to 50 per cent.

It also showed that participants had lower cholesterol levels, reduced resting blood sugar levels and a lower body fat percentage after playing football twice a week.

Published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, the study suggests combining exercise with dietary changes is more effective than making the dietary changes alone.

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“At the age of 60 or 70, individuals generally need to strengthen their physique,” said the researchers in a statement.

They do not want to further weaken their physique, which would be the result of an ordinary diet.” Peter Krustrup added that, “Individuals who combine dietary guidance with football training can lose a significant amount of weight while at the same time achieving an increase in muscle mass and functional capacity.” “This is very different to the results of normal dieting, where the individual loses weight but becomes physically weaker because they lose both fat and muscle mass.” “The study provides evidence that we can prevent type 2 diabetes through an intervention combining exercise and diet.

Eating 35g of fibre everyday could lower your risk of death by up to 37 per cent, according to scientists.

“According to a 2014 study, 35g of daily fibre is associated with lowering our chances of heart disease by 54 per cent, and also reducing our risk of dying from all causes by 37 per cent.” It’s important to eat fibre from a wide variety of sources, as eating it from just one source may not provide you with a balanced diet.

Author: @DailyCupofYoga

Source: express.co.uk

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