The most popular way to lose weight is to go on a diet.
That’s why some people believe cutting out unhealthy foods like fried chicken and sugary snacks is the best way to get rid of excess fat.
But many studies have shown eating healthier is not enough to lose fat.
A new study by the Swedish Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine suggests that by getting enough exercise, we can burn up excess fat while also reducing the amount of cholesterol we carry in our blood.
The study, which was published Monday in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, found that a group of overweight people who exercised at least 40 minutes per week burned more calories per day than those who did not.
Exercise burns calories and is one of the best ways to burn fat.
When people exercise at the right intensity and frequency, the amount they burn per day drops by as much as 50 percent.
The reason exercise can help our body burn fat is because our bodies need energy to repair itself, which can happen during workouts, when we’re stressed, or when we exercise in hot weather.
Exercise helps our bodies repair itself when it’s not working as well, says Dr. Anna Ekström, the lead author of the study.
“The way that we metabolize fat is different than when we metabolized fat from food.
Exercise has to be done for several hours per day, and if we exercise too often it can affect our metabolism.” Dr. Ekströrm and her colleagues decided to test the idea that exercise can also help people burn fat by comparing overweight people and healthy people who did some physical activity.
The overweight people were also given a blood test that measures levels of cholesterol.
The healthy people also had a battery of tests that measure blood sugar, muscle strength, blood pressure, and insulin levels.
All of the tests showed that the overweight people had higher levels of insulin and lower levels of blood sugar.
“When you see the numbers change, you can’t help but feel better,” says Dr, Ekstråm.
“It’s an interesting observation.
It suggests that exercise and exercise intensity might play a role in the fat loss.”
The research team also measured the participants’ metabolism during and after they had exercised and found that exercise is the most effective way to burn calories.
They also found that the more time they spent exercising, the lower their cholesterol and triglycerides.
So even though the overweight participants had higher triglycerides and higher cholesterol, they still had less than the healthy people.
That suggests that, although exercise helps burn fat, exercise also makes our bodies more sensitive to cholesterol.
Dr. Eriksson says the study shows that exercise increases the amount our bodies can use for fuel, making it a good way to reduce our cholesterol and increase our energy levels.
He also says the results suggest that the most important part of exercise is not the exercise itself but the mental effort it puts into it.
“Exercise can have very powerful health benefits.
It may be more beneficial than taking a pill or even walking for five minutes a day, but it doesn’t have to be that,” he says.
“Even if you’re sedentary and have low cholesterol, if you do something about it, your body will burn fat.”