Running, walking can help battle holiday weight gain

Research suggests that people may be able to win the battle of holiday weight gain through running, or even walking. Studies from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that the more people ran or walked, the less likely they were to gain weight even if they ate a high-risk diet. A separate 15-year project involving middle-age women showed that those who walked one hour a day gained the least amount of weight over time.

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