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LONG TIME SITTING IS RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

LONG TIME SITTING IS RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
Its just simple, long sitting leads to lower energy expenditure compared to standing or moving, one can burn 30% more calories when you are standing than when you are sitting.
Lipoprotein lipase is an important enzyme produced in our body to break down fat in blood. When we sit our body’s production of lipoprotein lipase drops by about 90%. Lower energy expenditure reduces skeletal muscle movement and blood flow, which themselves contribute to problems metabolizing glucose and which allows fatty acids to build up in the blood vessels, which will effects on sugar and fat metabolism.
Therefore, it’s clear, long time sitting leads to obesity, diabetes and which is a risk of Cardio vascular diseases.
1.	Take a break from sitting every 30 minutes.
2.	Standing desk is a better option for people who needs to sit and work in computers or office work for long period.
New research found that older women who spend most of their day sitting down is associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. We recommend women’s around 60, should make a conscious effort to interrupt sitting by getting up and moving around as often as possible in daytime.
‘‘Stand up, Sit less’’

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