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Exercising More Than Ever, The United State’s Obesity Rates Continue to Climb-- Article and Video released by Health News Wires

Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

Summarizing the findings of a recent study by the University of Washington, Health News Wires has published an informative article and video that demonstrate Americans are exercising more than ever, but are also more obese than ever.

Reporting on information gathered over that last nine years, the authors report that 15% more people are meeting established exercise guidelines than nine years ago; the report also finds that over 30% of the population is considered obese.

The findings of this study led researchers to conclude that exercise alone is not enough to avoid long-term weight gain. According to Michael Healey, Health News Wire Health Educator, “The findings of this report demonstrate that eating too many calories and including too many processed, unhealthy foods in the diet cannot be overcome by exercising. In order to stay healthy, Americans need to focus on a healthy diet and participate in regular exercise.”

The Health News Wire video details a number of ways to include healthy, all-natural fat-burning foods in the diet; these foods include fresh fruit, vegetables, lean sources of protein, nuts and certain herbs.

The article and video also detail a free report, Top Weight Loss Foods to Eat, which provides information about the best foods to include to lose weight; the report provides specific recommendations about the best fat-burning foods to eat before bed each night.

The complete Exercising More Than Ever, The United State’s Obesity Rates Continue to Climb Article is available at

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