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Want to lose weight but lazy to exercise? No need to worry. Experts have found a solution.

Research has found the fact, standing for six hours is able to get rid of excess fat in our body.

Standing able to burn 0.15 calories per minute more than sitting.

Too much sitting has long been linked as a cause of obesity and increased health risks, including heart disease and diabetes.

“Standing not only burns more calories, additional muscle activity while standing can lower heart attack, stroke, and diabetes.”

“So, the benefits stand not only for weight control alone,” said Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, Professor at Mayo Clinic who is a non-profit medical practice in the United States.

Mentioned, the calories burned in men are twice as high as women.

This can happen because men have larger muscle mass and the number of calories burned is proportional to the muscle mass that is also activated at the time of standing.

Francisco Lopez-Jimenez as the leader in this research suggested that we avoid excessive sitting activity at one time.

“Standing for long periods of time for many adults may be very difficult, especially those who are used to working behind desks.”

“But for people who sit for 12 hours a day, cutting the sitting time into half will provide many benefits,” he said.

This research has been published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. The research was conducted by analyzing 46 types of research and examining 1,184 participants as research subjects.

Subjects in the study averaged 33 years, with 60 percent of whom were men who weighed an average of 65 kilograms.

Just by changing the sitting routine, the dream to have an ideal body weight is not a difficult thing.

In addition, this method is also effective to prevent us from health risks such as heart disease and diabetes, which are among the top five causes of death in the word.

Cardiovascular disease and diabetes occupy the top position of five causes of death in Indonesia.

Meanwhile, the next position is occupied by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, tuberculosis, and accidents.