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Do you spend the bulk of your waking hours sitting down -- whether it's at your desk or in front of the TV?
Our sedentary lifestyle is leeching us of up to 1500 to 2000 calories we could burn daily if we incorporate more movements into our lives, according to James A. Levine, M.D., author of Move A Little, Lose A Lot.
These basic movements are known as nonexercise activity thermogenesis or NEAT -- "it's all the movements large and small we make throughout our day," explains Levine. And once you rev up your NEAT movements, you'll burn more calories and see increased energy and weight loss.
Flip the page for easy ways to sneak more activities into your daily life.