Did you know that genetics is the most influential factor in being overweight and obesity?

According to Nature magazine, more than diet and exercise, genetics is the one to really affect your weight.

However, many health professionals still prefer to change the habits and diet to actually see the results on the scale.

According to the University of Taiwan, there are some exercises that are more efficient to avoid being overweight.

The experts say that these sports help reduce the body mass index (BMI) in people who are genetically inclined to be overweight.

But, for this to happen, it is important to exercise regularly, at least 3 times a week for at least 30 minutes.

According to the World Health Organization, being overweight and obesity cause around 2,8 million deaths per year around the world.

And remember: it won’t matter anything if you spend the whole week working out, but spend the weekend eating cake and fast-food.

To really shed the extra pounds for good, it’s crucial to fix your eating habits.

Your diet will be your energy source and, if made right, will give you great benefits.

So, what exercises are you going to practice now?


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