Friday, 18 March 2016

“You Lose Weight in the Kitchen, You Gain Health in the Gym”

Which also means that, if you have dificulties with exercise (through disability or chronic health conditions such as ME/CFS), whilst you will - obviously - miss out on some of the health benefits, not being able to exercise does not mean you cannot lose weight.
You can’t eat total crap and then bust your butt exercising to magically erase those calories: It’s not that simple. If you want to make longer lasting, healthier changes, what and how much you eat is far more important than how much you exercise.

Thinking in terms of calories burned through exercise will only hurt your weight loss efforts.
“You Lose Weight in the Kitchen, You Gain Health in the Gym”
Pamela is a former accountant, recovering journalist and international cat herder, disabled and chronically sick with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Fibromyalgia and Cervical spondylosis, fluent in three languages; English, Spanish and Rubbish. Mostly writes in the latter. She likes Genealogy, Model Railways and Cats.

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