Calorie Counter Can Prevent Sitting Professionals From Heart Attack Risks

Here’s something that will make you surprise if you are in a sedentary job or spend most of the time sitting. A study conducted with a sample size of 17,000 for 12 years reportedly found that the likelihood of facing a heart attack among people who sit for most part of the day is 54 percent more than others.

Most of the jobs are done today in front of a computer and therefore how can one foolishly stand between their works at regular intervals or take short frequent breaks? It surely will attract the attention of colleagues and might even catch the eye of your boss.

But this study has made the ‘sitting ducks’ take note of the long term harmful risks of continued sitting. Better late than never one should take short breaks, stand up and talk to your friends and colleagues, walking while on the phone, and using keyboard platforms that are waist-high can be a few tips to take necessary precautions.

To better manage the problem on day-to-day basis, you can use a Calorie Counter. You intake calories through the food you consume. You also burn calories through work, exercising, etc.

Using a calorie counter, you can count the daily calorie intake according to the food item you consume. In this way you know how many calories you have gained. Now you need to meet your daily calorie requirement and spend the rest through exercises, etc. Therefore a Calorie Counter helps manage weight and prevent ailments like heart attack.

JIT Mukherjii
After completing his MBA in Financial Management, he decided to shift to writing and took it as his full time career. Being the Editor-in-chief of this web magazine, he has got diverse interest in the field of politics and business related matters.

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