Sometimes I deceive myself that I can eat another piece of fried chicken because I will be able to burn the calories by moving around more, walking faster, jumping a little here and there.
Does calories really get burn off so easily?
If you are guilty of what I confessed, listen up now… here comes the facts (source: CLEO 2007 February issue).
Fact #1: Even when you exercise while eating, you are still gaining calories. (This is really sad!)
Fact #2: It takes at least 20 minutes of exercising before the fat reserves are reaches and start to burn.
Fact #3: Think twice before walking into Ben and Jerry’s because eating one scoope of ice cream would need three hours of walking!
Fact #4: Always keep a bottle of water in your bag, or on your desk, so that you would switch to drinking water than snacking away.
I need to hit the gym again and soon! All my calories are over liberated – they turn into fat easily, and that is because I failed to burn them off. If burning is taken plainly, just pass me a light, I will get the job done. I wish.