Health Check: weight loss and exercise reduce aging markers, cognitive memory problems

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We all know maintaining a healthy weight, eating properly, and engaging in regular exercise is condusive to good health.

But peliminary evidence suggests that premature aging markers lessen significantly in patients who have had bariatric surgery.

Two years following surgery, most patients showed reduced inflammation in cells.

Most participants were in their 40s.

And breast cancer survivors who have exhibited symptoms of memory loss may find improved recall when engaging in high levels of moderate to vigorous exercise.

Research from Northwestern University claims the stress, fear, and fatigue experienced by many survivors may lead to the problems in memory function, which is combated when raising endorphin levels with regular exercise.


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