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|Subject: Re: coconut oil raises hdl||Date: 10/10/2012 5:24 PM|
|Author: VeeEnn||Number: 37977 of 43354|
oooooops hit the wrong button....
Those who exercised 30 minutes a day were seemingly energized by their exercise, as they became more active in their daily lives – more likely to take the stairs, for instance. Those who exercised 60 minutes a day, on the other hand, seemed to be worn down by their exercise, and became less active in daily life.
It seems that 30 minutes of exercise improved health but 60 minutes of exercise may have diminished well-being. When it comes to exercise, perhaps, less is more.
The study made no mention of "wellbeing"...it was compensatory change and energy balance.
The answer is.....when it comes to exercise doing it right is better than doing it wrong.
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