Walking is good for you, but it won't make you lose much weight. A few weeks ago, I wrote about Tips for Staying With Exercise.
The short answer is maybe, it can help, but weight gain and loss depend on how many calories you consume and how many you burn.
Walking for 30 minutes will burn about 150 calories. In a week, you could burn 1,050 calories just by walking, say doctors at UCLA.
One pound equates to about 3,500 calories, so just by walking you'd lose about a third of a pound per week if you didn't start eating more
the more likely you’ll be “more” hungry
The better question to ask is how can I combine eating a little “less” with a little “more” activity and still lose weight?
I’ve helped many people lose weight through a simple plan. If you’d like to get started today I recommend a nice healthy supplement to increase your metabolism. Nutrilite™ Glucose Health supports your ability to metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and protein more efficiently.
Combine this supplement with your normal activity plus eating a little less and a small amount of extra activity a day. Simple things like parking on the far side of the parking lot. You’ll easily walk a few extra steps to help burn those calories.
Try making small changes to your normal routine. Losing one pound a week is a very realistic goal, so make smart food choices and keep walking.
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