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How does exercise affect cells?

Recent studies have shown just how exercise affects fat and muscle cells.

Contrary to popular belief, genes can change. Depending on what signals they receive from the body they can change for the good or for the bad, based on one's habits.

The studies have shown evidence that exercise can change cells. One study had the genes that are associated with fat storage affected the most. That could mean alot for the risk of developing diabetes or becoming obese.

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