Increased burning of calories from fat stores
Managing the right weight is essential for a healthy lifestyle. It includes a balance of
healthy eating and exercise to match energy expenditure and energy consumption.
Maintaining a healthy weight requires, among other things, physical activity such as
walking, running or other sports activities. Our body is a machine that consumes fuel
(food) that serves as energy for the whole body activity. The residual fuel remaining is
preserved as fatty acids. When we eat more than we need, the excess accumulates to
fat in the liver and other tissues, increasing the weight.
This process may lead to cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, fatty
liver and many other problems associated with being overweight.