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Celeb Star Online

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Flaming Hips

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Met Indonesia

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An Hour a Day Keeps the Fat Away

Healthy food choices alone are not enough to maintain your weight; exercise is a much-needed companion to those fruits, veggies, and whole grains. In fact, a study released yesterday online in the journal of the American Medical Association, suggests that women need 60 minutes of exercise per day, 7 days a week to stay fit and keep the scale from inching up over time.

The study focuses on women who do not diet but want to remain at their present weight. Lead author Dr. I-Min Lee of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston said, "We wanted to see in regular folks"people not on any particular diet"what level of physical activity do you need to prevent weight gain over time. It's a large amount of activity. If you're not willing to do a high amount of activity, you need to curtail your calories a lot."

The fifteen-year analysis included over 34,000 women"participants in the federal Women’s Health Study"about weight, physical activity, dietary habits, smoking, and other health factors. The goal was to look at women who weren't dieting and were consuming a normal diet to see what impact physical activity has on weight, according to Dr. Lee. The women, with an average age of 54, filled out a questionnaire at the start of the study and at three-year intervals about the amount of exercise or activity they engaged in per week. Their activity was tracked for an average of thirteen years while weight changes were tracked over a three-year period. The average weight gain of the women in the study was 5.4 pounds, however those women with a normal weight and BMI under 25 who exercised 60 minutes a day were able to maintain their weight.

While this isn’t a particularly new idea, exercise or diet is usually required to keep one’s weight in check, it is the amount of recommended exercise that will alarm people. Currently, the federal government recommends 150 minutes per week (30 minutes day/5 days a week or 2.5 hours per week) to keep your health in check and lower the risk of chronic ailments. While this seems reasonable and attainable for most people with busy lives, giving up an hour a day, even in the interest of health, may be out of the realm of possibility for many.

To be specific, the study does recommend an hour a day of moderate intensity exercise for those who do not want to diet, but who want to maintain their weight. Should you choose to lower your calorie consumption, you can correspondingly lower your exercise time to achieve the same result. But if you like to eat, and are comfortable with your current calorie intake, engaging in activities such as walking, jogging, cycling, aerobic exercise or dance, yoga, tennis, swimming, or working out at the gym should keep those fat pads at bay.



* Source: www.HealthNews.com

 
 
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