Overweight and obese children attained only an 0.11 point reduction in BMI for every 100 cpm increase in exercise levels, suggesting that higher physical activity rates may not significantly improve body weight in such a population, a study in Australia showed. The findings were published in the journal Pediatrics.
Higher activity levels have little effect on children's BMI
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