Exercise is one of the best ways that we know to improve our metabolism, prevent a sedentary lifestyle and eliminate inflammation in certain parts of the body through the healthy release of hormones. If you are at high risk of cancer, or if you have already been diagnosed, it is important to stay active. This can not only improve your physical health, but also your psychological condition, which can often suffer when you are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. You should be active at least once every day, and regular exercise roughly 5 times a week can help prevent the onset of cancer.
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