The science is in: Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight

We have this idea that if we want to shed the extra pounds, we are going to the club on January 1st We start to exercise regularly, and eventually we will lose the extra weight Well, there's some bad news.

I have read over sixty studies on it And exercise turns out to be useless when it comes to losing weight Dr.

Kevin Hall of the National Institute of Health has done some of the most important studies on exercise and weight loss "We have to reclassify aerobic exercise.

" "Exercise is not a tool for losing weight in and of itself, it is excellent for health, and is probably the best thing.

" "You can do as well as stop smoking to improve your health.

" But don't look at it as a weight-loss tool.

Exercise will definitely help you live longer and live a happier life However, it is not the best way to lose weight The reason lies in how our bodies use energy You may not notice it, but physical activities are a small part of your daily energy burn There are three ways our bodies burn calories This includes resting metabolism – the amount of energy that the body burns To perform basic functions, and to keep you alive The other part of spending calories is the thermic effect of food It is the amount of energy required to digest food in your body The third part of energy expenditure is physical activity For most people, physical activity is any movement you take, and it ranges between 10-30 percent of energy consumption So the majority of the energy or calories you burn daily It comes from the basic metabolism process or at rest Which we can hardly control While 100% of all intake calories are at your disposal, there are only 30% of outgoing calories you can control One study found that if a man weighing 90 kg ran for one hour a day every four days for a month He would lose 2 kilograms at best, assuming everything else remains the same Everything else is not kept the same .

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Researchers have found that we make all kinds of adaptations Physiological and behavioral when we increase the amount of exercise we do every day for some reason; Exercise tends to make people hungrier And I'm sure you know that feeling You go for a spin class in the morning and when it is right When you eat breakfast you are very hungry, you may increase the portion of oats that you usually eat There is also evidence to suggest that some people falter after exercising If you went for a run in the morning, you might be less inclined to go up the stairs at work This is called compensatory behavior, and it is quite simple The many ways in which we undermine the exercises we have done .

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without our knowledge Researchers have also discovered a phenomenon called metabolic compensation While people start losing weight; Your resting metabolism can slow down The amount of energy you burn at rest is less This means that this bar may shrink as you start losing weight Much research remains to be done, but one study from 2012 is particularly exciting They went to the heart of the savannah forests in Tanzania to measure how much energy was burned Among the members of a hunting and foraging squad called "Hadza.

" These are hunters and foragers, who are energetic and very skinny They don't spend their day at a table behind a computer screen And what they found was shocking "What we found is that there is no difference at all.

" Even though the Hadza do have a much more physically active lifestyle.

"They were not burning more calories per day than adults in the United States and Europe.

" for some reason; The energy they used for physical activity was different or conservative elsewhere So .

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how do they stay skinny ?? They don't overeat We can return the calories we burned in exercise very quickly It would take us about an hour of running to burn a Big Mac and Fries You will have to spend an hour dancing with high energy to burn three glasses of wine Which you may have with dinner And an hour of intense bike rides on an exercise bike To burn about two donuts This is why it is best to see exercise as a health supplement to a food-focused strategy But despite the prevalence of obesity in the United States, government agencies continue to offer exercise as a solution Whereas companies take very seriously about making sure we can still eat and drink their products Since the 1920s, companies like Coca-Cola have always aligned themselves with exercise messages The idea here is that you can drink all these big fizzy drinks as long as you work out But as we can see, it is not that way In fact, burning all those extra calories from a can of soda can be very difficult We have a problem of obesity in this country [USA] and it is not necessary We treat simple physical activity as a responsible solution to eating lots of calories Public health policymakers should seriously make improving the eating environment a priority To help people choose the healthiest about what to eat It's not impossible to lose weight through exercise It's just a lot more difficult and we have to figure out how "If you go to the gym and burn all those calories, it will take a lot of time and effort from you.

" "You can wipe it all off in five minutes by eating a slice of pizza.

" "Its relative impact is very surprising, and most people do not fully appreciate it.

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