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Water. Vegetables. Clean Living. They’ve all been offered by experts as the key to a long and healthy life. But now, a study suggests something else may enable us to live to a ripe old age.

And no, it’s not some fancy gadget or diet pill that will cost you thousands.

It’s a simple way. A 25-minute walk, to be exact.

The study, highlighted by the St. George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in London, suggests that a daily, 25-minute walk could add SEVEN years to an average person’s life.

And the best part? Even late starters can obtain these health benefits. For example, someone in their seventies who embarks on a 25-minute walk a day program can expect to see positive changes in their health.

Of course, the great thing about walking is that it’s free! You don’t need fancy gym memberships or expensive spa treatments to get out in the fresh air.

If you want to read the study, just click here and read the report in the London Mail.

Or you could just take our word for it, pop your sneakers on, and enjoy a walk before the fall arrives.

Comment: Do you walk regularly, and do you think it benefits your health? Let us know below!

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