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Is Exercise the Key to Preserving Your Youth?

Published October 12, 2018

There’s more power in a regular workout routine than you probably realize. Sure, you may work out so that you can maintain your clothing size—or even drop a size or two, but exercise is about a lot more than just losing weight. For instance, you may have heard that exercise is good for cognitive function and for staving off dementia. And of course exercise helps keep your blood flowing and all your organs in tip top shape. But did you know that exercise can also help decrease some of the negative effects of aging? While you can’t actually turn back the clock on your chronological age, a recent study found that some forms of exercise might just help you put the brakes on the aging process, improving your overall health inside and out by halting the aging process at the cellular level. Read more…



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