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Why Eating Healthy Is Not Enough To Control Weight Gain

By Laura Seymour

The article titled”Why Exercise Won’t Make You Thin” which was published earlier this year in Time Magazine revealed some truth that is quite unpopular.

Regular fitness buffs have a low chance of developing diabetes and heart disease or even cancer and they maintain a normal weight. These are the main uses of exercising. Exercise alone can’t make you thin when your diet is poor. Before you get prepared to ditch your regular work outs that point has to be on your mind.

The more you grow old, the higher your chances of gaining weight, say five pounds every year. To prevent this, you have to do regular exercises in order to keep fit and maintain a healthy body with a healthy mind set.

There are many diets that work in the short run but you need to find a diet that will work for you in the long run because even the fitness experts admit that what you eat accounts for at least 80% of how you look hence in order for you to lose weight, your diet has to be changed.

Focus is usually put on clean eating as the only solution to prevent weight gain and loss. The diet needs to be restriction-free hence you have to eliminate food groups that you won’t help you with in the long haul.

Eating clean foods is the way to go if you are to have a healthy life with a superb waist line. All you need to do is change your eating habits to a more casual and healthy diet.

By exercising, it can be one of the best ways to keep weight off. The National Weight Control Registry clearly emphasizes this point whereby if one is to have a healthy and long lasting life, they need to work out once in a while.

Having a healthy weight can easily be maintained even when your diet is poor. Working out regularly plays a vital role when it comes to stabilizing your weight.

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