One study found that high genetic running ability promotes healthier metabolism with age

High running ability is associated with health and longevity; However, it is not known whether high genetic running ability promotes more efficient metabolism with age. A new study examined the effects of aging and genetic functioning on tissue metabolism. The study found that adipose tissue can play a key role in healthy aging. A high level of functionality is associated with health and longevity. The ability to run promotes a more efficient metabolism with increasing age. This collaborative study between the universities of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China) and Jyvaskyla (Finland) examined the effects of genetic running ability and aging on tissue metabolism. Adipose tissue can play a key role in healthy aging. Running capacity, expressed as aerobic capacity, refers to a person’s ability to use oxygen and is known to decrease with age, affecting metabolism and the health of the entire body of different tissues as we age, “explained the Finnish Academy postdoctoral fellow Sira Karvinen from the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences at Jyvaskyla University, Finland.

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