Regular exercise could protect against COVID

Besides social distancing, exercise and diet are 2 key factors to fight COVID19. A walk a day may keep the coronavirus away, or at least keep it from killing you.

A University of Virginia researcher who studies the protective effects of exercise said Wednesday that endurance exercises — running, brisk walking, swimming, jumping — prompt our muscles to make an antioxidant that travels through the blood to our hearts, lungs and kidneys.

It then binds to organs, awaiting intruders. “I use an analogy they are like a Patriot missile stationed somewhere, waiting to defend,” said Zhen Yan, a professor in UVa’s departments of medicine, pharmacology, and molecular physiology and biological physics.

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