An Active Lifestyle Helps Seniors Health

Swedish researchers found during a 12.5 year study of retirees, that a high level of non-exercise physical activity, regardless of regular exercise resulted in more desirable metabolic risk factors (glucose, HDL, TG) and was associated with a lower risk of first heart attack in both sexes. A generally active lifestyle yielded important benefits associated with lower disease and and a better quality of life.

PositiveTip: Stay active even in retirement!