Is Exercise Fattening?

October 2012
Men's Health;Oct2012, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p102
The article discusses several myths related to exercising. It states that it is a myth that it doesn't help to lose weight as research shows that physically active life helps to prevent weight gain. It mentions that it is not true that exercising makes one hungrier as a study reveals that people who exercized for 90 minutes consumed equal amount of calories as taken when they didn't exercise. It reports that it is a myth that as a society Americans are exercising more and yet becoming fatter.


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