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Why you shouldn't EXERCISE to LOSE WEIGHT

Why you shouldn't EXERCISE to LOSE WEIGHT.

Exercise is a great way to stay healthy and fit, but it may not be the most efficient way to create a calorie deficit. The reason for this is that exercise burns calories, but it can also increase your appetite. This means that you may end up eating more calories than you burned during your workout, which can lead to weight gain instead of weight loss.

Another reason why exercise may not be the most efficient way to create a calorie deficit is that it takes a lot of time and effort to burn a significant number of calories through exercise. For example, if you want to burn off the calories from a single slice of pizza, you would need to run for about 30 minutes. This can be discouraging for people who are short on time or who don't enjoy exercise.

Instead of relying solely on exercise to create a calorie deficit, it's important to focus on making healthy food choices and reducing your overall calorie intake. This can be achieved by eating more fruits and vegetables, choosing lean protein sources, and avoiding high calorie foods and drinks.

👉🏻By combining healthy eating habits with regular exercise, you can create a calorie deficit that will help you achieve your weight loss goals.


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