Physiological age is a better predictor of longevity than actual age: Exercise more to live longer
New research from the Cleveland Clinic has found that estimated “physiological” age based on exercise stress testing performance i.e. “how well you respond to exercise” is a better predictor of mortality when compared to chronological (actual) age. And, you can now calculate your physiological age based on your exercise performance during an exercise stress
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