Highlights

  • The review was conducted by Harvard Medical School
  • Walking regularly reduces the risk of elevated cholesterol, blood pressure, obesity and diabetes
  • Walking 21 minutes in a day can reduce heart disease risk

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People who walk 21 minutes a day have a 30% lower risk of heart disease, suggests a new study.  

How much must you walk to keep your heart in good health? A new research has put a cap and surprisingly it is just 21-minutes per day.

The review conducted by Harvard Medical School analysed data on walking and heart health and ascertained that a 21-minute walk per day was sufficient to reduce the risk of heart diseases.

According to the review, meeting this goal lowers your risk of developing heart disease by 30%.

The research also suggested that walking regularly reduces the risk of elevated cholesterol, blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.

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