Prevent Weight Gain for Life

January 2009
Prevention;Jan2009, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p89
The article reports that researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have found that 40 minutes of exercise a day prevents weight gain. Of 200 women who had successfully completed a weight loss program, those who exercised enough to burn 1,835 calories per week were most likely to have prevented weight gain two years later.


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