How Researchers and Dietitians Get Those 30 Minutes

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Of AICR’s ten recommendations for cancer prevention, being active for at least 30 minutes a day can be one of the more challenging ones. But it’s important. Research shows regular exercise reduces risk of several cancers directly. It also helps with weight control, and being at a healthy weight means reduced risk of seven cancers.

Research also suggests a host of perks we get from being active, from mental well being to heart health. And it can be fun.

So how do scientists and dietitians get their 30 minutes? At our research conference in November, we found out:


    Author: Mya Nelson

    Mya R. Nelson is at American Institute for Cancer Research, where she writes about the research in the field.

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