Have you seen this article from Natural News? It’s called Another Reason to Work Out.
It shares findings from a cognitive degradation research study. It has some interesting insights. Here’s one that we thought was particularly thought-provoking:
The results of the study revealed that individuals who have high levels of physical activity exhibited significantly better cognitive and functional performance and significantly fewer signs of Alzheimer’s disease in cerebrospinal fluid than individuals with low physical activity. High exercisers also scored higher on Mini-Mental State Examination at expected symptom onset compared with low exercisers.
For more information on the study, check out the rest of the article…