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Depression, Type 2 Diabetes & Falls

Despite being a Gov recommendation for years and years…

The latest UK Chief Medical Officers Report last week finally emphasised the importance of building strength (doing strength based exercise at least twice a week) to help:

1 – Prevent falls – linked to bone density and lack of muscle mass, particularly if you are over 50

2 – Reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes by 40%

3- Reduce your risk of heart disease by 30%

4 – Reduce your risk of depression by 30%

Now, of course, any exercise is better than none…

Walking, parking your car further away, taking the stairs instead of the lift etc.

^^^ These are all very beneficial and the key is building up from this and getting 1% better each day

But 

There seems to be something very protective about muscle strengthening exercise

When it comes to ageing well, quality of life and even disease..

This is something we touched on when I interviewed researcher, Richie Kirwan, last month about healthy ageing, muscle strengthening exercise and diet

Which you can listen to for free 

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I have done this as a podcast because I get that you are busy.

So this allows you to listen to it whilst on the go, doing jobs or even driving.

We also spoke about how muscle almost acts like a ‘storage’ space for sugar

Which seems to contribute to all these benefits. 

Check it out and let me know what you think

Matt ‘1% better each day’ Fruci

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