In May 2021, I wrote about how those who walked just 4000 steps a day (3-3.5 km/day) for 30-45 minutes halved their mortality risk, compared to those who did nothing or walked just 2000 steps a day or less. Then in July 2021, I wrote a short piece about how walking for 20-40 minutes per day at a moderately brisk pace, improved white matter plasticity on MRI scans and improved cognition.
Recently, in the piece titled, “Not Forgetting Names at Weddings and Parties” I wrote how the troika of physical activity, good sleep and sensible eating (predominantly plant-based food) and coffee reduce dementia risk.
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