No one will know that exercise is good for your health. Exercise is not only good for the body, it also preserves young DNA and slows the progress of aging. Researchers at Brigham Young University (BYU) have been studying the production of long-length telomere within the DNA of a person with a high-intensity workout. The base of DNA, called telomeres, is a protein located at the end of the chromosome. The function of this nucleotide sequence is to protect the chromosome completely from deterioration. Telomeres become shorter and shorter in length when cells mature or age. Therefore, if you use it well, you do not need plastic surgery to look young. According to a study by BYU University, long-term high-intensity exercises showed that the biological age was 8 years younger than those who did not. However, those with moderate intensities showed that the rate of aging was not much slower than those who did low intensity exercises or did not exercise at all. Those who had high intensity exercise were younger at age 7 than those who did moderate intensity exercise. The results of this study show that in order to see the anti-aging effect, it is necessary to exercise very actively and with high intensity.
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