Basically, it was just a continuation of the "What is the minimum we can recommend that will produce a measurable result?".
We should be recommending the optimum rather than searching for the minimum.
George MacDonald RN| Registered Nurse (RN)
I have no idea why this paper was published. The study was done in a laboratory setting, with all kinds of controlled supervision, which is impassible to duplicate in free living individuals. They had 67 individuals in their experiment of whom 35 were women, and only one third or 12 women had hypertension. The complicated exercise versus sitting down for hours showed no benefit for men and a trivial BP reduction in women.
We have known...