It seems like the research cited in the article supports that, to lose weight, you need to exercise MORE, not less.
But the way the headline is framed, and the way the editor presents the argument in the video segment, is that, well, you might as well not even bother. Because "if you jog for 30 minutes, then eat a muffin and some OJ, you just negated it." Not much different than saying, "if you walk to the cupboard and get a dozen donuts and eat them, well, by golly, you just negated your walk."
Seriously? This is how we portray information?
Again, so many things wrong with this. Trying to distill information for the consumption of the lowest common denominator IQ, doing everything ELSE possible but telling people to "get off your fat ass..."
Then you have douchebags like Scarborough saying "look at me, I said don't work out, and I was RIGHT!"
Oh, did I say I wasn't going to chime in? Oops.