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The Fountain of Youth...

Most people reluctantly accept the fact that their bodies will start to wear out around the age of 60 years old, but modern science is beginning to prove what common sense has known all along: exercise will keep you in great shape no matter what your age.

Researchers are investigating whether exercise, can indeed, influence aging in the body. In particular, they are looking at whether exercise lengthens telomeres, the strands of DNA at the tips of chromosomes. When telomeres get too short, cells can no longer divide and then become inactive, a process associated with aging, cancer and a higher risk of death.

In a study published in November in Circulation, the medical journal of the American Heart Association, German researchers compared two groups of professional athletes (32 of whom were in their early 20s, and 25 who were middle-aged) with two groups (26 young and 21 middle-aged) who were healthy non-smokers, but not regular exercisers. The athletes had significantly less erosion in telomeres than their more sedentary counterparts. The study concluded that physical activity has an anti-aging effect at the cellular level, suggesting exercise could prevent aging of the cardiovascular system.

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The Benefits of Protein

If you’ve ever spent any time around a gym, you’re sure to have seen advertisement after advertisement for high carbohydrate/ high protein “post-workout recovery drinks”. Most likely it’s a fitness model with an absurdly low body fat smiling because now he or she is experiencing the benefits of a post workout endorphin rush and the immediate energy boost of at least 50 grams of carbohydrates (IE: SUGAR).

However, I have a bombshell I’m going to have to drop on you; some companies have been known to hire models to promote their products and influence us to buy. And sometimes these companies will even hire models who have never even used their product. And in the case of these models, I can almost assure you, that anyone walking around with a sub 5% body fat hasn’t reached that goal with excess sugar flowing through their arteries, even if it’s right after even the most intense of workouts. These high carbohydrate/high protein drinks are depicted as the solution to low energy levels after your workout, but actually they are what’s keeping most people from realizing their ideal body composition.

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