Exercise Reduces Fat Storage

Did you know?

Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine have shown that the calories in a “cheat” meal may be less likely to get stored as fat if you eat them after exercise.  The study shows that just one 60-minute workout could help to “divert” fat and sugar into muscle, rather than fat tissue. This should come as good news for anyone who’s been dieting for some time and wants to treat themselves without feeling guilty!!

A fabulous read where you’ll learn how to avoid unhealthy fats hidden in many foods, while learning about the benefits of good fats.

"User's Guide to Good Fats and Bad Fats"

"User's Guide to Good Fats and Bad Fats"

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