A piece from the N.Y. Times that discusses what’s more important for weight loss, diet or working-out:
All of this means that if we want to end obesity, we need to focus on our diet and reduce the number of calories we eat, particularly the sugars our primate brains have evolved to love. We’re getting fat because we eat too much, not because we’re sedentary. Physical activity is very important for maintaining physical and mental health, but we aren’t going to Jazzercise our way out of the obesity epidemic.
It’s good to see a big publication talk about food in this way. It supports the argument made in my last piece - How Farmers Markets can give you a superior workout.