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We are all born with different talents and abilities, can it be possible that some are born to not enjoy exercise?
In a recent study by The Journal of Physiology, they find out motivation to exercise may be partly inherited.
This has been a mystery for years, when individuals know they should exercise, but they don't. With this new research it has showed that genetics can play a role in enjoying exercise.
The workout genes in the brain can determine your mood; however, working out can reverse the genes a little bit to actually make you happier.
“People can decide to exercise,” said Dr. Booth and you can rewire what's going on in your brain in order to make exercise more pleasing.
5 Benefits of a banana
This superfruit has two times as many carbohydrates than an apple does, three times as much phosphorus in it, loaded with potassium and natural sugars, and has five times as much Vitamin A and iron than other fruits.
1) Bananas Provide Energy
Bananas have an abundance of different vitamins and minerals in them providing you with natural energy to propel you throughout your day. If you get sluggish throughout the day reach for a banana instead of sugary foods and caffeine, it will provide you adequate energy. If you eat two bananas you will have enough energy in order to exercise for an hour and a half.
2) Bananas Promote Bowel Health
Bananas carry a specific type of fiber which allows individuals to restore and maintain regular bowel functions. Overall, bananas will help to lessen constipation.
3) Bananas Will Help to Ehance Your Memory
Instead of staying up late at night and cramming for an exam, eat a banana at each meal and it will stimulate your brain power.
4) Banana Peels are Good For Mosquito Bites
Instead of putting medicine and ointment onto your mosquito bites use a banana peel. The peel helps to stimulate and to reduce the redness, swelling, and itching.
5) Bananas Help to Reduce Depression
Bananas have high levels of tryptophan, this helps with the serotonin in your brain. Serotonin helps with the happy-mood in your brain which in return, helps to lessen depression.
Two new experiments have been conducted: one with animals and the other with people. Studies showed through both experiments that regular exercise can substantially improve your memory.
If you begin exercising early on and most importantly in your 20's , then when you are entering the age group most at risk for cognitive decline, it has been studied your memory will be better.
If you are teetering on whether or not to exercise, it really is in your best health and memory to begin today.