Gearwung (plega)

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Gearwung is ǣnig dǣd þæs bodiges þe mannes gesynte wiext and ofereall hǣlþ. Man hīe dēþ for missenlicum mōdgeþancum, beinnaþ mȳs and blōdædranendebyrdnesse bestrangende, indryhtecræft beterende, gewihtlyre, oþþe for luste. Gearwiende oft wiext þā wiþādlan endebyrdnesse, and helpþ tō forstandenne "welan ādlan" swelce heortsēocnesse, ædransēocnesse, cynd 2 diabetes and fættnesse.[1][2] Hēo ēac beteraþ myndhǣlþe, helpþ unmyrhðe forstandan, and ēac mannes fuccwilla oþþe bodigbiliþ weaxan.[3] Cildhādfættnes is weaxende woruldwīd behōf[4] and gearwung mæg helpan cildhādfættnesse wanian.

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Strengþugearwung[adihtan]

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Strengþugearwung gestrangaþ and wiext manes mȳs and bān. Strengþugearwung hæfþ mænig gescēad, beinnaþ gewihta and græfitig brūcende mid gewihta rōdum. Strengþugearwung brȳcþ missenlica syndriga gearwan for rihtmūsum and styrungcynnum.

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  1. doi:10.1056/NEJM200007063430103
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  2. Hu., F., Manson, J., Stampfer, M., Graham, C., et al. (2001). Diet, lifestyle, and the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus in women. The New England Journal of Medicine, 345(11), 790-797. Retrieved October 5, 2006, from ProQuest database.
  3. Strengthening exercise: (...) "Strengthening exercise increases muscle strength and mass, bone strength, and the body's metabolism. It can help attain and maintain proper weight and improve body image and self-esteem" (...)
  4. WHO: Obesity and overweight