Our expert says:
Remember that your weight is a function of your energy output (exercise) and your energy intake (diet), and so if you started exercise and did not change your diet, then you would expect to lose some weight. However, if you simply adjust for the increased energy output by eating a little more (which your body will tell you to do anyway), then you won't lose weight.
So my advice is focus on diet, rather than exercise. The exercise you do for fitness is cardio training - things like walking, running, cycling, etc. I'd say the best is to check out the Fitness page of this site and click on "programmes" and you'll find a range of options. Any one of them will do. That's the easy part. The trick, as I've said, is to get the diet right, and for that, you might wish to consider seeing a dietician.
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