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Monday, 15 June 2015

Why exercise may not help obese shed much weight: Exercise can elevate stress response and make it more difficult to become slim

The obese are advised to do physical exercise. But this can increase their physiological stress responses, and thereby make it more difficult to slim, according to a new study. This research may provide an explanation for the difficulties which many people encounter in losing weight despite energetic keep-fit efforts.



Why
exercise may not help obese shed much weight: Exercise can elevate
stress response and make it more difficult to become slim --
ScienceDaily
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