High Levels of Exercise Don’t Offset the Harmful Effects of a Bad Diet

A study has revealed that higher physical activity levels don’t counteract the harmful effects of a bad diet on the risk of death.

The study discovered that individuals with high physical activity levels as well as a high-quality diet had the lowest mortality risk.

The study looked at the

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