Yet another study suggests that exercise is not the key to weight loss

A recent study of 470 overweight or obese people sought to measure the effect of fitness trackers on weight loss. 

During the first six months of the study, all of the participants were put on a low calorie diet and instructed to increase their physical activity. That seemed to work out pretty well, and the great majority of the participants slimmed down.

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