skip navigation

Cut Your Risk of Alzheimer's by Over 30%

Researchers followed 650,000 adult men, average age of 61 years, for 9 years.  None of the men had dementia at the start of the study.  Fitness was evaluated by ability to complete a treadmill walking test.

Results: The men with the lowest fitness levels were over 30% more likely to have Alzheimer’s by the end of the study.

But even small improvements in fitness were associated with significant reductions in dementia risk.

However, matching the highest levels of fitness recorded in the study is not difficult –a brisk walk for 15 minutes every day is enough!

Stay Connected

[Connect on Social Media and sign up for my E-Newsletter]

Terry is happy to provide his opinion on diet and nutrition, supplements and lifestyle choices. This information is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to replace the advice of your physician and is not to be considered medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Should you have any concerns please contact your physician directly.
Our website uses cookies to track website usage and preferences. You can read more about cookies here or by visiting our privacy policy. I Understand

Choose Your Topics of Interest

[Choose from topics below to personalize articles fed to your home page]

Bones, Joints, Muscles & Tendons
Cancer
Children's Health
Upper-Respiratory Tract Health
Diabetes & Neuropathy
Digestion & Gut Health
Eye, Ears, Mouth, Hair, Nails & Skin
Energy & Fatigue
Heart Disease & Stroke
Blood Pressure & Circulatory Health
Cholesterol
Sleep Disturbances
Brain & Cognitive
Menopause
Men's Health
Pain Relief
Immunity
Animal Health
Mental Health/Mood & Stress
Thyroid & Adrenal
Women's Health
Sexual Health
Weight Loss