Weight Loss – Can You Lose Weight Without Exercising?
Many people are quick to connect exercise and a healthy eating plan to help them succeed with their weight loss goals. A healthy eating plan for better health and weight loss goes without saying. But why is exercise so often thrown into the mix? Adults of all ages have lost weight by altering their eating plan until they reached their weight loss goals.
There are two questions we will answer today. First, what is so important about exercise? And secondly, can you lose weight effectively without it?
The importance of exercise in establishing and leading a healthy lifestyle cannot be overstated. Physical activity in one’s life is crucial for optimal well-being. Our body depends on frequent bouts of physical activity, to spend its energy stores. Of course, this is done through movement, as skeletal muscle is predominantly responsible for bodily exertion that enables us to move and complete a particular type of physical activity.
One of the reasons why it’s so important to exercise is to keep our muscles in peak shape. As much as we are led to believe this fact only applies to physical appearance, the truth is our bodies; our muscles are protein warehouses. Protein in the body is stored primarily in skeletal muscle. If you didn’t know already, protein is perhaps the most important compound in the body, as it serves several crucial physiological functions.
In short, our bodies are meant to engage in physical activity to maintain optimal internal physiological conditions.
Consider we haven’t even mentioned the role of exercise in mitigating the development of diseases, such as Type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis. Additionally, exercise is essential for good cardiovascular health, as blood pressure, cholesterol, and complications such as heart disease and stroke are all influenced by the presence (or absence) of physical activity in a person’s lifestyle.
Moving on. Now you know more about the importance of exercise, can you lose weight effectively without physical activity?
The short answer is yes. But we ask you the following – why would you? Why would you want to lose weight without simultaneously gaining all of the health benefits that come with regular physical activity? The end goal isn’t just a lean physique. It’s also a body resistant to disease and is healthy for a lifetime, and one hopes it is a long lifetime. Besides, exercise will facilitate weight loss by increasing your caloric expenditure. As long as you don’t overcompensate by eating more, that is.
The most important factor for weight loss is to eat healthy and ultimately less than you need. It can only benefit you to add exercise into the mix.
Although managing Type 2 diabetes can be very challenging, it is not a condition you must just live with. Make simple changes to your daily routine – include exercise to help lower both your blood sugar levels and your weight.
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The answer isn’t in the endless volumes of available information but in yourself.