December 2003
Nutrition Action Health Letter;Dec2003, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p10
Presents the results of a study of overweight and obese men and women which determined that half an hour of brisk walking everyday may not be enough to lose weight and keep it off. Comparison of the weight lost between those who were told to burn 1,000 calories a week and those who were told to burn 2, 500 calories; Pounds lost by heavy exercisers compared to light exercisers.


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