90. Sitting, Dementia, and Weight Loss
"Sitting is the new smoking."
You've probably heard this before, and I'll admit that it's a bit provocative, but there is a lot of truth to the fact that sedentary lifestyles lead to greater risks of cardiovascular and cardio-metabolic diseases. Now, there's a new study out in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) saying that sitting may increase the chances of dementia. Let's get into this a bit more!
In this episode, I dive into the details of the article and break it down into digestible nuggets so that you all can stay in the loop with the latest research. I raise some questions about study methodology and conclusions, but also unpack the major take-aways- the major one being that we should all be looking for ways to introduce more movement into our daily lives for a number of reasons.
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