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02/01/2016 - 12:23pm
I want to lose my weight without Exercise and also eating diet.Is it possible?
09/17/2015 - 12:00pm
The best way to lose weight based on your question is to use both! Diet and Exercise. This is similar to using more grass cutters compared to just using one when cleaning your lawn.
05/29/2015 - 3:09am
Wow. This is a terrible article. While I agree that diet is primarily responsible for weight loss or gain, that does not in any way diminish the importance of exercise. Exercise is vital for overall health, immune function, metabolism (via lean muscle mass), and to help prevent a host of age related physical and cognitive declines. I am not that familiar with Eating Well magazine, having just discovered it at my local co-op, but this article has caused me to rethink my plan to get a subscription.
10/20/2014 - 10:55am
10/20/2014 - 9:00am
This is very depressing.
10/20/2014 - 8:48am
ThIs absolutely has been the case for me. I've lost 75 pounds on Weight Watchers in less than one year., just about 2 pounds a week. When I started I could not walk around the block. I would never have lost the first pound had I not been encouraged to focus on my diet.
I bought a food scale, learned portion control, tracked my food intake and lost the first 40 pounds without leaving the couch. I then was encouraged to add exercise bit by bit, and started with ten minute walks, three times a day. Gentle activity that relieved stress.
I now walk five miles a day, and I don't worry if I don't do it all at once. I look forward to exercise instead of hating it . I see exercise as stress relief, not an excuse to eat more, and I count my dog walks, walks to the store instead of taking the car, and busy part time job in a deli as part of my activity.
The motto 'Lose weight in the kitchen, not in the gym' rings true to this 55- year old woman.