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  1. #1 The Importance of Exercise 
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    The weight loss equation is (calories consumed – calories burned = net weight
    gain or loss).

    So the focus is calories burning.

    The best way to burn calories is to exercise regularly.

    Exercise is an important part of any weight loss regime.

    Here are three good reasons:

    1. Exercise raises your basal caloric rate. The more you work out,
    the more muscles you build and the more calories you burn, even while
    you are at rest.

    2. Exercise helps in easing stress and boredom and relieve hunger pangs.

    3. Exercise is critical to your health. Weight loss isn’t just about losing pounds, it’s about living a healthier life. Exercise will keep your body strong, fit, and resistant to disease and weight-related illness.

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    Heather
    www.Smarter-Weight-Loss.info


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    ok??????????????????

    Are people actually allowed to advertise like that on this site?


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    ok ill play devil's advocate. Where's the evidence? there's not proof that any of this stuff works. I have a friend who smokes and eats chips while watching t.v. all day and he is skinny! I have another friend who is fat and walks 5 miles a day. Plus, there are millions of people who have read diet books advocating what you want people to do and guess what? They do it, and it doesn't work. That's because all exercise does is make you sweat so if you lose anything its just gonna be a few ounces of salty water.

    Also exercising makes you very hungry. When you are hungry you eat! In fact, this is counter productive.

    where is your research concerning the linking of exercise and disease?
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    Hi,

    Thanks for sharing your views. Exercise makes your body to secret all the harmones necessary to fight against diseases.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AtakesLeHpargio
    ok ill play devil's advocate. Where's the evidence? there's not proof that any of this stuff works. I have a friend who smokes and eats chips while watching t.v. all day and he is skinny! I have another friend who is fat and walks 5 miles a day. Plus, there are millions of people who have read diet books advocating what you want people to do and guess what? They do it, and it doesn't work. That's because all exercise does is make you sweat so if you lose anything its just gonna be a few ounces of salty water.

    Also exercising makes you very hungry. When you are hungry you eat! In fact, this is counter productive.

    where is your research concerning the linking of exercise and disease?
    Exercice (if not too much) is good for health, it has been proven by many scientifical studies.
    Now practicing exercices won't prevent to die anyway.

    Exercice is good for the cardio vascular system
    exercice is good for osteoporosis
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    This is your third post about basic deiting facts...oooo whats this link in your signiture area?
    "When man contemplates his future death, it is as if, by thinking of it, he renders it immediate. His defence is to deny it. He cannot deny that his body will die and rot - the evidence is too strong for that; so he solves the problem by the invention of the immortal soul" Desmond Morris
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