The study, published in Science, did not involve deliberate exercise, but it measured – with the help of sensors placed in special underwear – how much people moved around naturally and spontaneously.
The researchers conducting this study theorized that the tendency to sit still or move around is biological and inborn, governed by genetically determined levels of brain chemicals. And that tendency, the researchers say, influences weight – not the other way around. It’s called restless weight loss.
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