Fifteen daily minutes of exercise increase life expectation
August 16, 2011
Fifteen minutes of daily exercise reduce the death risk in 14% and increase the life expectation in three years.
“The Lancet” magazine published the study made with more than 400.000 people, who were controlled during an average of eight years and the objective was find out if a level exercise minor to 150 minutes per week recommended could have benefits for health.
The researches headed by Dr. Chi-Pang Wen from the Taiwan Health Research of National Institute and Jackson Pui Man Wai from the Taiwan Sport National University said if inactive people practice a little bit of exercise every day one of six deaths could be prevented.
And if they practice more exercise more is the benefit on health and this continue when a person is in activity until 100 minutes.