Is it okay to eat healthily but not exercise? This is a question that many people who may not have the time or do not want to hit the gym or do physical exercise ask themselves. About 14.2% of the population, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data from 2005, engage in low-intensity activities like walking and vacuuming or high-intensity activities like running for fewer than 10 minutes per week.
The cumulative amount of time spent sedentary, whether on the sofa or at a desk, unquestionably plays a role in the proliferation of lifestyle-related health problems. But can healthy eating alone bring you good health? This is exactly what we’re going to cover in this post.