Exercise or Diet Changes First? (short video)

Introduction: Making Health a Habit picks up where A Dietitian’s Journey left off and provides general health information that can be applied to almost anyone for lowering insulin resistance, keeping blood sugar at a healthy level, maintaining a healthy body weight, or building muscle mass, or may simply be my opinion on different matters related to a low carb or ketogenic diet, or may simply be my opinion on different matters related to a low carb or ketogenic diet.  Making Health a Habit are short videos (< 5 minutes) or short blogs on health-related topics and are quite different than Science Made Simple articles, which are longer, research-focused articles.

This is the 6th entry in the new series titled “Making Health a Habit”, which can be found here.

The idea for this short video (~4 minutes) came from a lively discussion that occurred on social media yesterday about which is more important to change first in achieving one’s health and weight loss goals; how we eat or exercise.

The person who initiated the discussion said they believed without a doubt that exercise was the more important of the two and many people contributed to what they felt was the most important from their experience and why.

In this short video I summarize what was said in that interchange, as well as my own thoughts on the subject.  

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