Cycling Can Give You the Immune System of a 20-Year-Old

Researchers studied 125 active cyclists ages 55 to 79, analyzing their blood for markers of T cells, which are known to help the immune system fight infections. Not only did the cyclists show higher T cell activity than inactive men and women in the same age group, but they also produced the same level of T cell activity as adults in their 20s.

Published by Zakieh Lloyd

I'm a housewife, and mother of a 6 year old dog. I don't have kids. Currently knitting different items to be sold.

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