Feb 12 2019

If exercise is so good why do athletes have more plaque?

Published by Dr. Douglas Stockel at 6:24 am under Dr. Stockel

Master athletes who compete in endurance sports have more plaques in their arteries than men of the same age who do not exercise, but the type of plaques are far less likely to break off and cause heart attacks. What about you? What effect does exercise have on your heart? Watch this video now to find out. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website

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