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Michael Mosley on Australian TV
03 Jul 2018, 10:47
Maybe this site will get a few more visitors after Michael Mosley appeared on Australian SBS TV tonight on the program called Insight.
The episode is called The Exercise Pill and looks at exercise as a significant tool in combating chronic health conditions. Michael is part of the audience. He mentions 5:2 as well as the eight week blood sugar diet in relation to diabetes.

I know I really need to get more exercise, especially now I am over 60. I am active in my work, but that doesn't give me resistance exercise that my body needs.
Time for me to get moving and do something!!

This is the link to the show - it may not work for non Australian viewers.
https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/search/insight

Merry
Hi @MerryMelb and thanks for sharing that! It would certainly be great if more people starting appearing here - old and new!! :heart:

My only exercise is dog walking - and the occasional spot of yoga, depending on my energy levels. Sure wish I could do more!!

Bean
Not available in the US unless you have VPN (to mask the country). this link may be more direct:

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/insight/tve ... rcise-pill
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