Can exercise really lose weight or increase weight?

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After practising for many years, I have to admit that it is too difficult to help patients lose weight. There is almost no effective means for doctors to prevent and treat obesity. The most often given advice is always to control diet and exercise, but many people say that they have exercised intensively, but they are still gaining weight (or at least not losing weight). So, does exercise really help to lose weight? The answer is actually a bit complicated.

An article published in The New York Times provides a subtle analysis of this. One study found that there is a huge difference between genders: women who want to lose weight by exercising can be more difficult than men, and the reason is genetic:
The female body is constantly commanding them to supplement the lost calories. Braun and his colleagues write that, at the physiological level, this is exactly the same as “the effective maintenance mechanism for female body fat”. In short, the results of the study prove that life is indeed unfair. Braun said that because of the "biological needs of storing energy for reproduction," the female body will hold every ounce of fat tightly. For many women (and men), exercise simply means eating more. Other studies have been a little more exciting, and they have found that people who exercise for many years have less weight gain than others. You don't have to be exhausted every time, and research has confirmed that people who walk an hour a day are the most profitable. You can turn fast-moving into a part of everyday life. In addition, even if you stand, it consumes more calories than sitting. This is good news for the restaurant waitresses!

It must be remembered that exercise is an indispensable part of any lifestyle, and exercise is better than no exercise for people of any age. For women, even if the exercise does not melt fat, you don't have to be discouraged. You know, the benefits of exercise can far exceed weight loss!

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