Crohn's disease patients who participated in six months of impact and resistance training saw improvements in muscle function and bone mineral density, according to a study published in Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. The results showed improvements in lumbar spine bone mineral density, better muscle function and lower fatigue among those who participated in the training.
Crohn's patients improve bone density with exercise
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