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a decrease in inflammation even independent of body fat and several things, and the mechanism may involve a parasympathetic anti-inflammatory reflex.

We know inflammation is bad. We know it increases as we age, with stress and other things, she said. So if we can decrease that to protect ourselves somehow by just adopting a physically active lifestyle, thats definitely an advantage.

And while the study confirms the conclusions of previous research by others indicating that high body fat is related to high inflammation and high fitness to low inflammation, the unique part of this paper is that controlling for those, we also show that high parasympathetic tone is related to low inflammation, Woods said.

And its even independent of their fitness level, Vieira interjected.Fitness, fatness and parasympathetic tone appear to be important, Woods said, summing up the findings. And at least according to our results, parasympathetic tone might even be more important than those other factors.

Co-authors with Vieira and Woods of the study are U. of I. kinesiology and community health professors Ellen Evans and Edward McAuley, and graduate student Rudy J. Valentine.


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