Whether you’re trying to create a new you or already in top shape, Eat Move Be Fit offers the best health and fitness advice available
Elizabethtown, KY (PRWEB) February 25, 2012
A new study in the journal Gerontology has found that Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT) activity helps with weight loss. While drug trials have gotten mixed results, the authors concluded that exercise is still the most effective means of weight loss. EatMoveBeFit.com is now offering articles on how to burn away unwanted fat and lose weight.
The authors of the study claim that “BAT remains a very important target for anti-obesity treatment.” However, drugs that stimulate BAT activity have not been given safety clearance, or they have provided only mixed results.
The study’s authors concluded, “Physical exercise is a [non-drug] intervention which has the potential to activate BAT, promotes weight loss, has beneficial metabolic effects and may even slow the rate of aging.”
This comes as little surprise to Scott Colby, Editor of EatMoveBeFit.com. “People try taking all kinds of diet pills and supplements, hoping for a quick fix,” said Colby. “When it comes down to it, weight loss happens because of healthy habits like consistent exercise and a good diet.”
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