Walking 2,000 steps per day reduces risk of heart attack


A latest study from a group of people in London said that those people developing diabetes on them can reduce the risk of heart attack by just walking 2,000 steps a day.

The IGT (impaired glucose tolerance) found out that 8% a serious heart illness is cut by 8% through walking extra 2,000 steps.

“People with IGT have a greatly increased risk of cardiovascular disease,” said Thomas Yates of Britain’s University of Leicester, who led the research.

Read the details of Yate’s study here.