There are some wonderful thoughts here on achieving good health. I hope you will read it and reap.
Eat less; move more; live longer.
I think it might be worth checking out my Page – Do You Know the Dangers of Too Much Sitting?
And A Discussion About Exercises
The concept that being inactive and heart disease are related is a pretty well-accepted idea in our society today. There are many explanations for why this occurs and they all mainly have to do with metabolism, food intake, and energy expenditure. (This is why you’re supposed to run 10 miles if you eat a strip of bacon, right?)
While these ideas are certainly not wrong, I think there’s an important concept that many of us are missing when we try to lower our heart and vessel disease risk.
What I’m talking about here is the concept of a rising “vascular age” due to inactivity and stiffness of our bodies.
But first, let’s talk about blood flow in the body.
How Blood Normally Flows In The Body
For the sake of discussion, let’s start thinking about blood flow at the level of the heart. The heart is a…
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One response to “A Physiologic Link Between Heart Disease and A Sedentary Lifestyle”
Great post, right up till the end when the author waffled on the things to do. Carry Carry my groceries? Oh, come on….