We know that exercise is good for us and why, right?
Wrong. None of us do. No one knows the granular biochemistry. But here’s a S.W.A.G. (click to first term)…
A new study suggests it offers both acute and long term benefits:
“These findings suggest that exercise has both “acute and cumulative” effects on your body’s ability to use and burn fat,” says Gregory Lewis, a cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and an author of the study. After only 10 minutes of exercise, even the least fit showed evidence that their bodies were burning fat; the more fit, the more metabolic evidence of fat burning.”