Some people think that the best way to lose weight is to combine dieting with a vigorous exercise routine. Yes, you will get results in no time at all with this type of regimen, but will it provide long-term results? First, and foremost, our body needs protein, carbs, and fat in order to build itself and to address the daily needs of thebody for energy. How would you feel if you have to work hard all day and then get home with nothing but rice and a few pieces of meat? Do you think you can survive until the next day?
If you want to lose weight without having to sacrifice your body’s well-being, you will need to adapt new strategies which are not being preached by a lot of fitness trainers today – eat more. Common sense would dictate that if you are going to do a lot of physical activity, you will need more sources of energy which equates to more food. But this does not mean that you have to pig-out either. You still have to be selective of what you eat.
So the answer to the question of whether we should reduce the calories in our diet when we are on a regular exercise routine is, NO ! Your body’s nutritional needs increase as heavier stress is placed on it by physical exercise. Without an adequate supply, your body will eventually breakdown in the long term.
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