Myth: Exercise always makes you lose weight.

Myth: Exercise always makes you lose weight.Fact: When you suddenly take training for a triathlon, run a few trips to the gym not to sudden and miraculous weight loss. For a start, if you are training to build muscle and muscle weighs more than fat. However, muscle tissue is taking up less space so that you can find that your clothes begin to feel looser. Shed for about 1 to 2 pounds of fat per week, you’ll need to get more active in your daily life and start to eat less. It’s so easy.

It is likely that the losses as large as those of approximately 1 kg fat plus water and disturbing, muscle and bone muscle and bone tissue. Losing muscle mass is actually a real problem, because muscle burns calories throughout the day even when you are resting. A reduction in muscle tends to reduce the number of calories your body uses each day. If going minerals lost from the bones, this can reduce the risk of osteoporosis later in life. The message? Crash dieting is bad for your health. Do not do it.. Myth: If you follow a very strict low-calorie diet, you can shed to 3 pounds of fat in a week.Fact: It is physiologically impossible to burn 3 pounds of pure fat in just one week.##Title: Psychological stress downregulates epidermal antimicrobial peptide expression and does seriousness infections of skin from mice.

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