Saturday, August 12, 2017

Eat right. Work out.

Exercise does so much for you. Why won’t it make you lose weight?

Exercise helps keep lost pounds off, but exercise alone can’t do the initial job of losing it.
“I think the role of exercise in weight loss is highly overrated,” says Marc Reitman, chief of the diabetes, endocrinology and obesity branch of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, or NIDDK. “I think it’s really great for being healthy, but I’m a strong believer that overeating is what causes obesity. To exercise your way out of overeating is impossible.”

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