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 effect, Danish researchers reported in the journal BMJ Open. The study suggests that exercise intensity rather than duration is key in preventing metabolic syndrome.

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