Liz Earle Wellbeing

HOW TO LIVE WELL FOR LONGER

ar from hanging up our trainers, mid-life is the time when we need to look upon exercise with an even stronger focus. We all know that exercise, be it specific gym/sports sessions or manual labour such as physical chores or gardening, is good for our overall health, but studies increasingly show it can also slow ageing. So is it time to step things up for strength and stamina

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