Proper nutrition and physical activity are both important to living a healthy lifestyle, but is one more important than the other?
After all, it's perfectly acceptable to eat that cookie as long as you burn off the calories later, right?
Not necessarily. A consistently poor diet will introduce large amounts of sugars and saturated fats, which can have a profound effect on the body. Additionally, missing out on the nutrients from healthier foods could create long-term problems due to those deficiencies.
Clearly, having a healthy diet is important.
But is it OK to skip the gym as long as someone is eating right?
Exercise is connected to better sleep, cardiovascular health, and even better mental health. It also boosts energy, improves sleep at night, and even helps keep things spicy in the bedroom.
Even aside from using it to maintain weight, exercise is crucial.
In their latest video, AsapSCIENCE breaks down the age-old argument of exercise vs. diet.
Which one will come out on top?
Do you tend to focus more on diet or exercise? Let us know in the comments!