Regular jogging and a low-calorie diet will help us lose weight? Just the opposite!
Regular jogging and a low-calorie diet will help us lose weight? Just the opposite
American writer and former
Thus, the British government recommends that overweight citizens follow a low-calorie diet and run every day for at least 40 minutes on the street or on the simulator. But Hanna notices that the human body has amazing versatility. You start eating less, and after a couple of weeks the body is completely rebuilt. The metabolic process slows down, and fat continues to accumulate even from smaller portions. And the initial weight loss is replaced by new kilograms.
Sutter recommends not counting calories, but looking more closely at foods. 100 calories from some meat is much he althier than 100 calories from pasta or pie.
During a 40-minute run, a person burns an average of 240 calories. But if he lies on the couch all this time, he will burn 100 calories. Sutter points out that running makes your heart and lungs he althier, but it maintains (not loses) weight. In order to lose weight with the help of sports, people need to work hard every day on simulators for one and a half to two hours.
Hanna urges government and experts to stop misleading people.