Regular physical activity does not necessarily prevent obesity and individuals who exercise vigorously do not particularly burn more calories, according to Dr. Herman Pontzer. In his book, Burn, Dr. Pontzer explains that diet and depressed caloric intake are the only ways to shed pounds.
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