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Resistance exercise may help stave off heart, diabetes risks
by Carolyn Crist
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6 July 2017
On 6 July 2017 Reuters reported:
Middle aged adults who do even a small amount of regular strength training exercise may be lowering their risk of so-called metabolic syndrome -- itself a risk factor for both heart disease and diabetes, a recent study suggests. But researchers found that when generally healthy people did strength-building exercise for less than an hour a week they had 29 percent lower odds of developing metabolic syndrome than their peers who did no resistance exercise. 'You already get health benefits with even a low amount of resistance exercise per week, which is good news for people with a very busy lifestyle,' said lead author Esmee Bakker of Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
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