Dr. Michael Mosley often shares his weight loss tips with slimmers online and on TV. He is the creator of The Fast 800 – a diet plan that helps people lose weight quickly.
In addition to a healthy diet or intermittent fasting, exercise is also important, according to Dr. Mosley the “key” to weight loss.
The nutritionist said, “It [exercise] is among the best things you can do for a long and healthy life.
“While exercise alone won’t help you shed the stubborn fat in your center, it can be critical in reducing your risk of fat recovery, lowering blood sugar levels, and improving insulin sensitivity.”
The doctor went on to talk about his fitness decisions and determine which workouts are best for weight loss.
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“In case you’ve never tried HIIT, it involves a few very short, strenuous exercises that are done one after the other.
“Exercising this way can help improve your aerobic fitness in a relatively short amount of time.”
If you don’t have an exercise bike at home, Dr. Mosley practical exercises that you can easily integrate into your everyday life.
He said, “You can try wildly pedaling your racing bike up a hill, running up stairs, or doing short sprints while running.”
“The best way to reverse this is to get more active.
“Sit less, move more. You can start by sitting less.
“If you spend a lot of time sitting non-stop – and many of us sit more than 8 hours a day – then the sugar and fat you eat just sit around in your arteries and cause problems instead of in your muscles get where they are are burned as fuel. “
In a previous conversation with Express.co.uk, Dr. Mosley that diet and exercise go hand in hand.
For a healthy diet, the nutrition expert recommended removing “white bread, white pasta, potatoes and sugar, including maple syrup and agave nectar” from the menu.
“They are easily digestible carbohydrates, which means that they are quickly absorbed by the body and cause a huge spike in your blood sugar levels,” he explained.