Weight issues keep throwing new problems, while the weight loss industry keeps throwing new solutions. Yet, the preconception of weight loss is neutralising all efforts in creating a remedy.
This refers to the “”eat less, exercise more”” doctrine, which sounds sensible on paper, but is identified by obesity experts as being effective mostly for short-term weight loss. On top of that, past studies supporting this doctrine generally failed to consider the biological functions of the human body. In short, there are far worse offenders lurking in your cells than a tub of ice cream and a large bag of potato chips—but this doesn’t mean exercise is pointless. Quality over quantity.