I am a bit confused:
I think there is a consensus that inflammation is bad when it is chronic.
But where exercising, we do create inflammation as well and, if you exercise daily, that inflammation is more or less permanent as there is always a part of your body in restorative mode.
From this angle, can't we hypothesis that daily exercise, while it brings a large number of benefits, is bringing chronic inflammation with all the risks it contains (higher risks of cancers, etc)?
I guess the hypothesis is wrong, but I am curious as to why.