Most people enjoy a good juicy burger with fries and some type of beverage. However, over indulging may have some consequences. According to The Insider, the average cost of a burger in respect to the fast food restaurant are:
- Price at McDonald’s: $1.09
- Price at Burger King: $4.29
- Price at White Castle: $0.75
- Price at Wendy’s: $4.44
Sure, the cost is right. Great tasting food. Your belly is happy. But do you think about exercising after a meal?
- Less than 5% of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity each day;2 only one in three adults receive the recommended amount of physical activity each week.3
- Only 35 – 44% of adults 75 years or older are physically active, and 28-34% of adults ages 65-74 are physically active.4
- More than 80% of adults do not meet the guidelines for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities, and more than 80% of adolescents do not do enough aerobic physical activity to meet the guidelines for youth.5
Most people know by reading or listening, that there is a correlation between what you are eating and amount of exercising needed to lose the weight. However, you may have a friend, family member or yourself that need some motivation. If people thought about not just the calories consume, but the amount of exercise needed to loose weight.
For example, the picture below has “If you Consume______________, You will have to do _________” type of exercises to burn of the amount of calories eaten. A scoop of ice cream is approximately 20 minutes of run time.
Crazy, right? People are going to eat what their going to eat. Some people have a burger on there “cheat day”(s)…
However, we want you to be aware of the consequence(s). We pass no judgement. We are human. We are hear to help you minimize your intake of fast food craving and increase your level of health eating options. Make a complimentary consultation.
If you have questions on how to read labels: The previous blog, Know Your Labels may help. There will be an extensions of this blog in January 2019.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services : Physical Activity
The City of Portland, Oregon: Holly’s Fitness Friday
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