Charging in the morning to protect against heart attack

Scientists have found that brief but regular physical activity can reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, particularly heart attacks.

According to the results of the study presented in the scientific journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity, the impact of the daily charge is comparable to the impact of antioxidants.

According to the study's author, Susie Hung of the University of California at San Diego, fitness has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-aging effect.

Among other things, reduced after class of protein level in blood TNF-alpha, which is responsible for the body's response to attack malignant tumors and viruses, and infections.