Which Is Better for Weight Loss? Eating Right or Excercise

Eating Right or Exercise?

So, if you are trying to loose weight what is the best way to go about it?  Most people think they will hit the gym more often. However, this usually doesn’t develop into a habit.

When it comes to losing weight and keeping it off, you must understand that you can not out exercise the mouth.  Diet is more important than exercise, although exercise helps optimize your health and fitness goals.

If you keep eating junk food and will not reach your dieting goals.  Eating less and controlled timing of eating helps your metabolism to kick start.

“On average, people who dieted without exercising for 15 weeks  lost 23 pounds; exercisers lost only six over 21 weeks.  It is much easier to cut calories than to burn them off.” according to Shawn Talbott, Ph.D., a nutritionist and former director of the University of Utah Nutrition Clinic.

EXERCISE FOR SURE

Exercise vs Diet
Exercise vs Diet

Strive for regular exercise.  It is the key to permanent, painless weight control.  Regular exercise extends life-span and cuts the risk of heart attack in half!  But, recent statistics from the National Institutes of Health find that 58% of adult Americans get no or little exercise.  No diet will work without exercise: with it , almost every diet will.  Exercise before a meal raises blood sugar levels, increases metabolism and decreases appetite for hours afterward.  Even with just a slight change in eating habits, you can loos weight with a brisk hour’s walk.  Aerobic exercise, combined with a low fat, low calorie, fresh foods diet is good for women.

DIET AND EXERCISE COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER

Bottom line, convert to some simple ways to begin to burn fat is to replace soda with pure water.  Eat clean, pure unprocessed food.  If you feed your body with real foods that contain essential proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals, it will start to burn fat for fuel.

Another key to success is a high-fat, low-carb diet by eating high-quality fats.  Examples would be olives and olive oil (avoid cooking with olive oil) Coconut oil, omega-3 such as krill oil, and fatty fish, low in mercury, like wild caught Alaskan salmon, sardines, and anchovies.  Butter from raw grass-fed organic milk, avocados, ghee(clarified butter) raw nuts, seeds like black sesame, cumin, pumpkin and hemp seeds are also high quality fats.

Diet accounts for 75 to 80 percent of the health benefits you get from a healthy lifestyle, including weight loss.  Exercise is the ultimate complementing portion.  So, walk more every day.  Stand up more and engage in non-exercise movement as much as possible.

 

I am Shirley Noah, I teach the 9 Pillars for Health.  A step-by-step approach to good health.  Let’s connect to see how I may best serve you in the near future.

 

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