How I lost 91 pounds and successfully kept them off 

Losing weight can be achieved  without exercise and without being hungry: you can do it too 

Exercise won't make you thin - the myth of exercise

Exercise  is great for our physical health and state of mind, and for preventing weight gain in the first place, but it has a disappointingly small effect on weight loss.

When it comes to shedding pounds, it is what and how much we eat that counts most. 

The role of exercise in weight loss has been wildly overstated.

Exercise isn't necessarily helping us lose weight.

Many recent studies have found that exercise isn't as important in helping people lose weight.

Can you lose weight without exercising?

The answer is yes. Physical activity (unless done vigorously like a professional athlete) is a minor component to the economy of weight loss. The critical component is how much you consume.

The importance of exercise

Exercise may be one of the best things you can do for your health but weight loss can be achieved without exercise.




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If you want to know why exercise is not the key to weight loss, then read on.