Higher-intensity exercise helps lower odds of metabolic syndrome

10/9/2012 | HealthDay News

Regular fast walks reduced the risk of metabolic syndrome by half and jogging cut it by 40%, while an hour of walking had no impact, Danish researchers reported in the journal BMJ Open. The study suggests that intensity of physical activity rather than exercise duration is a key to preventing metabolic syndrome.

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