A study in the U.K. followed almost 500,000 adults for an average of 6 years. At baseline participant’s physical fitness was determined by a variety of tests. Researchers found patients with high cardiovascular fitness had a 49% lower risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) when compared with those who had low fitness—even when they carried a high genetic risk for CVD.
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Adapted from PositiveChoices.com