If a chocolate bar was labelled with not only calories, but how much exercise it would take to burn it off. Would it prevent you from eating it? I was just talking about this in CTV news. Would love you guys to weigh in. What do you think?

If a chocolate bar was labelled with not only calories, but how much exercise it would take to burn it off.  Would it prevent you from eating it? 

I was just talking about this in CTV news.  Would love you guys to weigh in.

What do you think?

If a chocolate bar was labelled with not only calories, but how much exercise it would take to burn it off. Would it prevent you from eating it?

I was just talking about this in CTV news. Would love you guys to weigh in.

What do you think?

6 Responses to If a chocolate bar was labelled with not only calories, but how much exercise it would take to burn it off. Would it prevent you from eating it? I was just talking about this in CTV news. Would love you guys to weigh in. What do you think?

  1. Right, calories in are used in the metabolic process as well as through physical activity. Having the mindset of how long it will take to burn certain food when you’re eating it in my opinion is extremely unhealthy. You’re right about going to the gym to feel good. I also enjoy flexibility workouts/routines. These strengthen the body to avoid injuries, bc an injury occurs, esp in your 40s, it is a downward spiral of not being able to exercise, feeling terrible, possibly comfort eating. I personally eat probably 2500+ calories (I don’t count) a day, The concentration being heavy on good fats. I eat as much as I like until I am full. My weight hasn’t fluctuated more than two or 3 pounds my whole life.

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