Feeling light and being a couch potato work towards keeping us fat

Feeling light and being a couch potato work towards keeping us fat

2/8/2020 1:54:00 AM

Feeling light and being a couch potato work towards keeping us fat

Sitting may confuse cellular sensors into thinking we are lighter than we are, prompting the body to put on weight.

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