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Time on the Treadmill May Counteract Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms

You may call it the dreadmill, but a new Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise study published online finds that running on one can actually reverse cognitive declines due to Alzheimer's. (Here are another 5 Reasons to Love the Treadmill.)

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

I feel the primary benefits of exercise on treadmill will come from the reduction of insulin resistance.  In fact, rather than running on a treadmill, do interval training as it has a far greater impact on insulin resistance reduction than steady aerobic training.

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