Exercise powers heart cells


In a new study, researchers have found out that regular exercise improves the function of the mower houses of cells, Mitochondria, which in turn betters the working of body cells, especially in Heart. The test animals have shown better heart cell functioning, with healthier mitochondria, better blood pumping with less chances of effect of age or illness on key organs like the heart. Especially two beneficial proteins called RAF and P38 were found in a much higher quantity in the heart cells of lab rats which had gone on regular exercise for 54 weeks, the scientists said releasing the test results. This finding should encourage regular exercising habit due to lack of which at least two and a half lakh deaths are happening in US alone.

The study results are published in ACS’ Journal of Proteome Research.

Medaram Jathara

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