Inactivity: More Unhealthy Than Obesity?

The Uncomfortable Truth

A European study published in the 2015 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition  suggests that an overly sedentary lifestyle may be twice as deadly as obesity. For any body weight, the study suggests a transition from inactivity to activity significantly reduces the risk of premature death.

Added Benefits of Exercise

Exercise has the added benefit of helping to manage weight, lowering the risk of premature death related to obesity as well. According to the research team, which was led by a University of Cambridge professor and included a long list of collaborators, burning between 90 to 110 calories a day through exercise could reduce the risk of early death by 16 6o 30 percent.

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