We all know that exercise has a variety of valuable benefits. It helps you control your weight, strengthens your heart, and helps lower blood sugar levels and blood pressure, not to mention making you happier and sharper. If you meet national recommendations to exercise most days of the week for 30 or more minutes, you are probably reaping many of these rewards.
Exercising regularly is a great start, but what is becoming clearer is that what you do the rest of the day affects your health, too. Sitting all day
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