A healthy way to reduce obesity is to increase your exercise. This helps to burn extra calories and raises your resting metabolic rate. It keeps your body working efficiently and it boosts your motivation to lose weight.
How Exercise Assists You to Reduce Obesity
Let’s say you drink 2 x 5 fl oz glasses of wine (approx 240 calories).
- If you jump rope, you can burn off all these calories in about 21 minutes.
- If you walk at 3mph, you can burn off these calories in about 48 minutes.
- In addition, exercise helps to raise your metabolic rate, which makes it easier to lose weight.
- Finally, exercise also helps you to lose weight by boosting your motivation to stick to your weight loss program.
Note: all calorie-burn figures are approximate. They are based on a 150 pound woman. If you weigh more, you’ll burn more calories. If you weigh less, you’ll burn less calories.
How to Reduce Obesity
In order to reduce obesity we need to adopt 2 regular habits. We need to cut food calories (calories-in) and burn off more calories (calories-out).
Diet pills may offer short-term help to reduce obesity, but only in conjunction with healthy diet and exercise. However, they won’t reduce obesity in the long term.
Reduce Obesity by Eliminating a Bad Weekly Habit
A super-sized helping of French fries contains about 600 calories.
It is not an ideal food if you want to reduce obesity.
By NOT eating these fries, once a week, you reduce your calorie intake by over 30,000 calories, per year.
In body weight terms, this is equal to about 9 pounds of weight.