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Will I loose weight by cycling without sweating and having a normal diet ?

is doing cycling exercise under fan that is without sweating will lose weight .please i need suggestion.. because i done exercise under fan for a month with a normal diet control. but my weight raised.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Aug 2011
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You don't need to sweat to lose weight. As long as your body is working to do some work you will be using energy from the sugars and fats in your body and lose weight. Continue in fan, not a problem. You are not losing weight because there is more food intake or less exercise. You need to avoid all sorts of fried, fatty, sweet, milk products, even rice needs to be reduced. Eat more fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Drink plenty of water. Avoid heavy meals. Eat frequent small meals to lose eight as well.
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