Walking Prevents Heart Disease as Much as Running Does

By on May 1, 2013


Go for a walk! It may reduce the risk of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes as much as running does, according to a new study published in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology.

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Originally posted on:  Ellen Dolgen – Health and Wellness Advocate

About Ellen Dolgen

For Ellen Dolgen, menopause education is a mission. Spurred by her own experience struggling with the symptoms of menopause, Dolgen has devoted the last ten years of her life to helping other women during this often difficult time. While she’s not a doctor or scientist, she’s “talked the talk” with countless menopause experts, so that she can “walk the menopause walk” and share the keys to this menopause kingdom.

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Walking Prevents Heart Disease as Much as Running Does