Exercising in hot weather does not increase weight loss

07/23/2010 | FoodNetwork.com

Exercising in the heat does not lead to increased weight loss but can cause dangerous dehydration, says registered dietitian Toby Amidor. Safe exercising in hot weather means staying hydrated, working out in early morning or evening hours, and dressing appropriately.

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