Dec 06, 2017
Anyone over the age of thirty will know, often through painful experience, that your body will begin encouraging you to slow down from here on in. Some try to resist the call of time, choosing to take up (or continue participating in) regular exercise to try and keep the extra weight away and put a bit more life in their heart and lungs. Others decide that the effort is not worth the reward and simply go with the flow of the ageing process. Whatever the action an individual decides to pursue, few would argue against good diet and regular exercise being a benefit to general health, from middle age onwards.
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