Is walking enough for weight loss?
But 31% had remained in remission. By contrast, only 16% of the comparison group — similarly obese patients with diabetes who did not get surgery — had seen their diabetes remit in the first two years. At 15 years out, diabetes remission was six times likelier in those who had surgery than in the those who did not. In another study, researchers at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio followed bariatric patients for an average of six years after surgery. They tallied those patients’ likelihoods of developing a wide range of health outcomes at the time of surgery and six years later, and compared them.
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Miranda Lambert Reveals Weight Loss Secrets, Admits She Can’t Give Up Drinking
He said, “No doc, I don’t exercise, I only walk”. Like Ramesh, many people don’t consider walking an exercise and often underestimate the health benefits of walking. But can any kind of walking be considered exercise? Can you stroll at a leisurely pace, and still knock off those extra kilos and get fit?
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(She turned the big 3-0 on garcinia cambogia Nov. 10.) “People think I lost more, but I’m short,” Lambert told People of her weight loss. “I’m only 5’4″ so when I gain, I gain everywhere, and when I lose, I lose everywhere.” The “Heart Like Mine” singer reveals she dropped the pounds the good old-fashioned way — by exercising with a trainer and controlling her portion size. “I haven’t given up everything!” she confessed.
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