Walking has been linked to lower your chance of developing varicose and spider veins, but it also lowers your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and breast and colon cancer.
“Clearly, the more you walk the better. But doing any walking is better than doing none. Being completely inactive is the worse.”
The new study showed that even less than 2 hours of walking at a moderate-intensity per week lowers the rate of premature death. This moderate-intensity pace is about a mile in 20 minutes.