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DON’T LET YOUR HEALTH GO UP IN SMOKE: CAN EXERCISE HELP YOU QUIT SMOKING?
Statistics show that although some 30 million Americans have given up the smoking habit, in excess of 55 million Americans continue to smoke. The simple truth is that quitting is hard. Although it is not all that difficult to give up smoking for brief periods, it is clear that the long-term management of the habit requires a combination of factors, one of which is control of weight upon quitting.
Recent research has shown that exercise can help you control the substantial weight gains sometimes associated, as we earlier discussed, with the cessation of smoking. Although the body will store fat more readily after than before you quit smoking, exercise programs exist which ensure that there is less excess fat to be stored. This means that you can not only compensate for the lipoprotein lipase function by minimising the storage of fats, but you can also use exercise to firm and tone the body, thereby adjusting your metabolism so that more kilojoules are needed to sustain your body in its leaner state.
How much and what you eat will of course make a difference, but it would be a mistake to assume that dietary intake is the only or even the main factor in the control of weight. A number of studies have shown that overweight people eat no more food than do leaner people. Metabolism partly explains the difference in the way in which food is converted and utilised by our bodies. Overweight people almost invariably have slower metabolisms than do lean people. It is also the case that the sustenance of muscle requires kilojoule expenditure even at rest whereas fat does not. This being so, we can see that two people of the same weight could consume the same number of kiljoules, but one would gain weight where the other would not. Dieting on its own thus does little to effect permanent weight loss.
Another key factor in this marriage of exercise and diet is that exercise can elevate the metabolism for many hours subsequent to the exercise session, thereby assisting weight reduction by ensuring that any kilojoules taken into the body are more readily utilised
You do not have to remain a slave to nicotine, but you do have to have the will to be free. If you take the first step towards liberation, exercise can do much to help you walk that first kilometre.
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