Why do some people get fat while others don’t?
Why do some struggle to lose weight and fail?
Why do some individuals never seem to gain weight, no matter what they eat or how little they exercise?
The first two questions don’t have an easy answer, but as reported in the Journal of Science, a recent study suggests that over eaters who don’t gain weight may be more efficient fidgets, such as crossing their legs, squirming, standing up and sitting down, and unconsciously performing other movements that burn calories but don’t add up to exercise.
Fidgeting may not be the final answer, but if overeating stimulates your nervous system and makes you jumpy, count yourself lucky. The safest way to lose weight and to maintain good health, of course, is to control your caloric intake and exercise regularly.
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