Easy Ways to Cut 100 Calories

Everything you do burns calories: breathing, sleeping, standing and all other activities you enjoy doing. But what does it take to burn just 100 calories? You may be surprised to know that it doesn’t take much.

From normal exercises at the gym to everyday chores around the house, you can torch 100 calories in just a few minutes of your day. And that can add up if you’re trying to lose or maintain your weight. Physical activity also plays a big role in keeping blood glucose levels in check if you have diabetes.

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