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Exercise slows weight loss – but I’d never tell a patient not to exercise

I’d never tell a patient not to exercise, but everytime exercise has been studied, at best it’s weight neutral. Exercise makes you hungry, you work up an appetite working out, so the bet is exercise is going to make you eat more. Bottom line is the bet is you will compensate with food, and calories […]

I’d never tell a patient not to exercise, but everytime exercise has been studied, at best it’s weight neutral.
Exercise makes you hungry, you work up an appetite working out, so the bet is exercise is going to make you eat
more. Bottom line is the bet is you will compensate with food, and calories you burn off exercising. Most patients
feel better exercising, they have more energy, and exercise seems to have an anti-cancer effect. But the most
common use of exericise in this country, when it has been studied, is that it allows people to eat more.

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