Exercise Helps Lower “Fat Hormone” Levels

New research has concluded that regular exercise can decrease the levels of leptin, “the fat hormone,” reducing the risk of obesity and obesity-related diseases (American Heart Association). Leptin is in the bloodstream and is produced by the body’s fat cells, and seems to increase as physical activity decreases. A recent study looked at the levels …

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