" Hello avid readers of mine,
One of the only things on this blog that I agree to.
Although one one exercise caution, as if you are over 40 years, obese, suffer from a chronic illness or have been sedentary for some time, you need to see your doctor before embarking on any new exercise program especially if it involves intensity.
The research points to it helping to improve the quality of life rather than its length.
My own tipple is walking I do a hour a day. Sometimestwo2 hours on my free days.
A hour a day is about right thou, as it encourages the production of bodily chemicals in involved in fat distribution and burning.
Also walking is low impact, easy on the joints.
Swimming is another good one but around my area the locals frequently piss and defecate in the pool. So I stick to walking.
Dr Paul Jones - Carmarthen University
Another gem from the font.
Graham mumbles -
Back again Jonesy you can't keep away can you, I thought you'd gone off to pastures new!
Its DR Jonesy to you Graham. I'm saving what will be an Atomic Bomb blow to lowcarbs dogma for another forum.
I will post it once I've got it proofread, but it will shut you lot up for ever.
And can we have less of the profanity, you do know that you old cantankerous git's that you did not invent foul language.
Dr Paul Jones - University of Carmarthen