A newly published study??reveals that a plan including a combination of diet and exercise improves physical abilities in elderly people who are obese better than a plan consisting of diet or physical activities alone. ?The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, followed more than 90 obese seniors who were randomly broken into three categories for observation.?Your?health care provider can help determine the best possible plan for you about ?losing weight and work out .
The first category participated in regular exercise, the second followed a specifically formulated weight loss diet and the third participated in both diet and physical activities. Seniors who participated in the physical activities ?and diet category experienced far better results in tests administered to determine physical abilities than those in the other two groups.? Participation in exercise and a diet designed for weight loss can help to improve mobility and increase energy and strength. Consult your health care provider in order to determine the best possible plan for you when it comes to losing weight and improving health.? Your health care provider can make the most effective suggestions for starting a diet specifically designed to help you safely lose weight.? Your doctor will also be able to provide you with information on beginning an exercise program that is safe and appropriate for someone of your age and current physical condition.