Vigorous exercise boosts vitamin D while lowering heart risk

People who do vigorous physical activity — such as running, jogging, playing basketball or soccer — for three or more hours a week reduce their risk of a heart attack by 22%, the study found. Among the reasons: They have higher levels of good cholesterol and vitamin D as well as better levels of other factors involved in heart disease.

http://yourlife.usatoday.com/fitness-food/exercise/story/2011-10-04/Vigorous-exercise-boosts-vitamin-D-while-lowering-heart-risk/50660716/1

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2 Responses to Vigorous exercise boosts vitamin D while lowering heart risk

  1. Hadamard says:

    Does breakdancing count as vigorous exercise?

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