He said: “I wore special monitoring equipment and set off at a brisk pace round the track.
“I wasn’t exactly threatening any Olympic records, but I was going fast enough to feel relieved when, after 10 minutes, I was told I could stop.
“It turns out I had consumed around 16 calories a minute, which meant that having run just over a mile I had burnt through a grand total of 160 calories.
“Not bad, I thought. But put it in perspective.
If slimmers are to do exercise to keep fit and stay active, Dr Mosley recommending doing some workouts at home.
“Consistent exercise is integral to long-term metabolic health and here you’ll see just how easily it can be done without using expensive equipment or going to the gym,” he said.
The nutrition expert is here referring to The Fast 800 diet plan, which lists fitness activities slimmers can undertake.
Dr Mosley continued: “New research shows by leading a physically active lifestyle, we may be less likely to contract contagious and non-contagious diseases.
“So, regular exercise may just bolster your immune system on top of its more obvious benefits of fitness and strength.
“It’s important to incorporate a combination of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and resistance exercise into your lifestyle, as is set out for you as a member of our 12-week online programme, because studies have shown this combination, alongside incidental exercise, leads to weight loss and positive health outcomes.
“When spending extended time at home, it’s easy to lose structure in your day and ultimately fall off track, however, exercise is a great way to get you feeling productive.
“Plus, starting a routine in the comfort of your home will help to reset your relationship with exercise.”