60 minutes of moderate exercise will keep your scales happy, says research By Dr. Ananya Mandal, MD More moderate activity each day With age most ladies consuming a normal diet may have a tendency to gain weight. New reports however claim that only 60 minutes exercise per day will keep middle aged excess weight gain in women at bay. Current federal guidelines suggest 150 minutes weekly or thirty minutes five days a week of moderate to extreme exercise to lose excess weight. These new results show that more time with moderate activity is needed. Activities like walking, leisurely bicycle rides or playing capture may be enough as moderate activities. Running, jogging, fast cycling and swimming count seeing that intense activity wherein just thirty minutes a full day may be enough. This report comes from a published study in the Journal of the American Medical Association March 24/31 issue., a biomedical firm engaged in the commercialization and development of breasts cancers related applications of Mammastatin, announced today that japan Patent Office released two patents on the primary technology which may be used for therapeutic applications and in the Company's breast cancer risk assessment test, the Mammastatin Serum Assay . The patents are the most recent of 13 international and U.S. Patents to concern to the University of Michigan for breast cancer diagnostic and therapeutic uses of Mammastatin.