Exercise to Burn the Most Belly Fat
Now before you accuse me of heresy, let me explain. There’s no doubt that exercise is one of the best things in the world you can do for your health.
Exercise improves mood—in some studies as well as antidepressants—and it’s great for your heart. Recent research shows that it even helps you grow new brain cells.1 And people who exercise on a regular basis have lower risk for cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.2
But weight loss? Not so much.3,4
Does that seem contrary to everything you’ve heard? Of course it does—but don’t shoot the messenger.
Here’s the truth: the exercise/ weight-loss equation is way more complicated than we’ve been led to believe.