You've heard great results from co-workers and TV personalities and how they've lost 20 pounds by going on a specific diet. You've also seen your best friend progress after she's joined a gym and has sweated her butt off.
When you're trying to lose weight, the two major components your friends, family and doctors tell you to focus on is diet and exercise. However, can you do one without the other or are they a package deal?
When it comes to your health, it should never be a "diet versus exercising" game you play. These two go hand-in-hand and are essential for optimizing your overall health. The weight loss is just an added bonus.
What are some ways to get in the habit of doing both diet and exercise?
Ray Doustdar, CEO Buiced, INC, joins Dr. Holly to debunk the myth that you only need either diet or exercise and how both components are influencing your life.