You can have your cake and eat it too, as long as you run your caboose off.
A new study claims that people who run more than five miles a day can pretty much eat whatever they want.
More than 100,000 subscribers to a popular running magazine -- along with some competitors taking part in running events -- filled out a two-page questionnaire for the Berkley National Laboratory at the University of California. The results were published in the November edition of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
Runners were separated into five individual groups based on their daily mileage distance.
Those who logged the least number of miles daily (fewer than 1.2 miles) saw their waist circumference and body mass index increase considerably while consuming a diet high in meat and low in fruit.Full Story >>