Unknown Secret: How Many Steps to Take in a Day to Keep Weight Off?

Counting steps helps U to monitor your day, but if the number of steps are your primary driver, you may not make the gains you expected 

A new study indicates that taking just 8,200 steps per day may protect you from a slew of chronic diseases and help keep weight off 

The study, published in Nature Journal, used electronic health record data from 6000 people and

In this study there  were 73% women, 84% white people, and 71% people with a college degree who participated

They found participants walked between 6,866.8 and 9,826.8 steps per day over a median of four years 

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Researchers found people who walks more are less likely  to develop obesity, sleep apnea, and major depressive disorder 

The scientists didn’t find any additional risk reduction for diabetes and high blood pressure after walking about 8,000 to 9,000 steps 

but higher step counts added additional protection against other health issues, like GERD, sleep apnea, and major depressive disorder 

Recent research found a 2-minute walk after meals has the power to help lower the risk for type 2 diabetes 

lacing up your walking shoes and going for a stroll has some serious health perks. So be aware of that

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