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These running one to five hours a day, the more they exercised, the more they ate. These participants were allowed to eat as much as they wanted to, so in the group that exercised the most, the intake of calories was always the highest. Despite all the exercise, their weight remained the same. If you just trust your gut, so to speak, the same will probably happen to you—the more you run, the bigger your appetite will be, and you might not shed the extra pounds.

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Interestingly, the mice that exercised less than one hour a day had a tendency to eat more calories than they burned, and their body weight increased. If losing weight is your main goal, you should be careful about your food choices. Small doses of exercise should not become an excuse to unlimited consumption. Weight loss is much faster and safer when you combine exercise with mild calorie restrictions. A study we conducted provides support for this approach.

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We asked a group of sedentary patients suffering from a metabolic syndrome to participate in our study comparing different ways of weight reduction, and divided them into three groups: Exercise only, diet (calorie restriction) only, and exercise and diet combined. Let’s take a look at the results.

Also remember that you don’t have to cover your daily distance all at once. You might have heard that short bouts of exercise burn only carbohydrates, not fat, and thus aren’t effective in weight loss. This isn’t the case no matter what fuels our body during exercise, the extra energy consumption will lead to negative calorie balance and thus weight loss. Two and a half miles of jogging, broken into short periods and spread out during the day, is possible even with the busiest schedules.

Diet Only: in our experiment was on a calorie restriction program, without exercise. Their individual, optimal calorie intake was calculated on the basis of their ideal body mass index. Once a week, they consulted a university dietician.

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The significant reduction in calorie consumption resulted in an average loss of seven pounds in three months. Similar to the exercise group, they experienced health benefits associated with weight loss such as increased insulin sensitivity, but the downside was their muscle mass loss. Both their aerobic capacity and “good” cholesterol level didn’t change.

Exercise and Diet: followed the exercise recommendations given to the first group and the calorie restrictions of the second group. After three months, they lost an average of almost nine pounds, without losing muscle mass, while increasing their aerobic capacity and “good” cholesterol level, making it by far the most beneficial method of the three.