the myth of exercise

Health and the Myth of Exercise

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From a Chinese Medical Perspective, health is the existence of nutrient rich, highly oxygenated blood coursing undeterred through the entire body. Such a body does not experience chronic fatigue, chronic pain, chronic indigestion or, for that matter, chronic anything.

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Extreme Forms Of Exercise Can Compromise Gut Function

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Along with a well-balanced diet rich in proteins, fat, and plenty of dark, leafy vegetables, exercise is seen as the key to staying healthy. While there’s no doubt that being active is far more beneficial to your overall wellbeing than staying glued to the couch, over-exertion is shown to be just as harmful. High-intensity exercise […]

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Intense Periods Of Sustained Exercise Damages Gut Health

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Long periods of intense, heavy-duty exercise can have a detrimental affect on a person’s gut health, according to research published in the American Physiological Society – Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology journal. Researchers enrolled a team of 73 Norwegian soldiers to take part in a training program and discovered that those who embarked on the sustained […]

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Exercise Is Not A Path To Weight Loss

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Picture a person on the road to better health. They’re eating less processed food, cutting down on sugar, restricting a glass of wine to the weekends, and they’re most likely embarking on a strict exercise regimen. Eating a nutritious diet and performing regular exercise go hand-in-hand; it’s what the medical community has encouraged for decades […]

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