diet vs. exercxise: which is better for weight loss?
If you really want to see that number on the scale drop, what you put in your mouth matters most. People who simply cut calories to slim down lose about 2 pounds a week, says a study in the international journal of obesity et related metabolic disorders. At the same time, people who exercise but don’t restrict calories drop less than half a pound each week.
Why doesn’t physical physical activity produce the same pound-dropping results as calorie restriction? One thought is that though exercise burns calories, it doesn’t rev your metabolism, says a study in obesity reviews. It also doesn’t prevent your metabolism from slowing as you lose pounds. As you slim down—via any method—your metabolism slows incrementally with your weight loss et, despite what many believe, exercising doesn’t keep that from happening. As you lose weight, tu burn fewer calories via exercise. For example, a 150 pound person who works the elliptical for 30 minutes burns about 306 calories. After losing 10 pounds, that person will burn about 286 calories doing the same workout. So to burn 306 calories, you’d need to extend your workout.
Think diet et exercise combined equals more weight lost? Guess again: research shows people who diet et exercise for weight lost drop the same amount of weight as people who only diet. They are, however, more successful keeping the weight off than their counterparts who simply EAT LESS.
BOTTOM LINE: cut calories to lose weight. but add in some activity to stay slim long term. plus, exercise can boost your mood et energy.
——-nutrition editor brierly wright, M.S.,R.D.
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HATE doesn’t quarantine ‘its’ self.
always but always remember that.
kindness is always in ‘its’ way.
the living is always in ‘its’ way.
creativity and hope and faith is always in ‘its’ way.
pure generosity and smiles are ‘its’ adversary.
mockeries are ‘its’ entertainment. very subtle and evasive.
there is a story about a man when he was a little boy, he had a scratch on his knee. he asked one of his parents, where this scratch came from he didn’t remember. he was only 6 years old. later he said, when he got older in his 30’s he realize where the scratch came from.
hates alibis are ‘its’ justification of ‘its’ existence. which is laced with deceit and lies. which is very subtle and un- obviously.
now who really checks the plaques on the wall, really? but instead gives a compliment,… that’s normal.