1. Michael Watts Michael Watts United States says:

    Its not so much the higher intensity of exercise contributing to higher levels of CAC its how individuals eat on a day to day that will predicate what there CAC levels will be. Again these studies dont factor in other major variables. Flawed science

    • Sushi Kitty Sushi Kitty United States says:

      The researchers did not make the participants eat a certain diet because in the general population we all have different diets. Therefore, you have to accept what everyone eats to get a general consensus. If participants were only eating a particular type of food group considered "healthy", (which nobody can really agree on what that is today), then the results would be skewed and biased.

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