Exercise and dieting reduces risk of obesity and disabilities in adults, says new study

In today’s world, obesity is one of the most common health hazards seen in children and adults alike. Junk food, excessive calories, unhealthy sleeping patterns and lack of exercise are some of the few reasons for a person to become obese. A group of American researchers conducted a study to arrive at a conclusion that obese adults who exercise regularly has lesser risk of fatigue or disabilities. It gets even better if they cut down on calories!

Researchers conducted the study on 180 obese adults between the age group of 65 to 79 years. While some of them were made to do both physical exercises along with diet control, others resorted to only exercises.

Most of the times, adults find it difficult to follow a particular diet or work out regularly due to various reasons. But experts say that it is always better late than never. If you think that you need to stay fit for a quality life, you must start working out and eating healthy from now!

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