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  • 62% of people who have lost 30 lbs and kept it off for a year watch less than 10 hrs of TV per week

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    Monday, April 07, 2008 12:39 pm Email this article
    Sixty-two percent of those in the National Weight Control Registry, who are people who have lost at least 30 pounds and kept it off for a year, watch less than 10 hours of TV per week according to the National Weight Control Registry website. Comment

    Comment : This is difficult for me to believe

    I find this hard to believe.

    Several studies have found that TV watching is directly related to body weight and weight gain, so reducing TV watching is a good thing, but surveys have also found that while most people don’t realize how much TV they watch.

    Ten hours per week is less than 1.5 hours per day.

    I find this hard to believe.


    Average Person

    Average women, 45 and weighs 145 lbs; average man 49 and weighs 190 lbs

    “The ‘average’ woman is 45 years of age and currently weights 145 lbs, while the ‘average’ man is 49 years of age and currently weights 190 lbs,” the site notes.


    Average Weight Loss

    Average weight loss of 66 lbs for 5.5 years

    They have lost an average of of 66 pounds and kept it off for 5.5 years.

    Anonymous. National Weight Control Registry. http://www.nwcr.ws/Research/default.htm

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