This is how long you’ll need to work out to burn off your sweet summer treats

Thanks Marilisa Racco for another fun interview 🙂

“We often think of calories in and calories out for weight management, but that’s dangerous,” says Kathleen Trotter, Toronto-based fitness expert and author of Finding Your Fit. “The action that food plays on the body is more complex than that. Preservatives and sugar are harder for the liver to process, and that affects your insulin levels and cortisol.”

But the last thing Trotter wants to do is discourage people from working out. READ NOW

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