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Salsa dance lessons helped one regular dancer lose 100 pounds and countless others feel healthier, have fun and increase their confidence levels.

To read the full article, click here:
Salsa your way to health, fitness

The Diet Doc weighs in:

We're not talking Dancing with the Stars here, but these are just regular people who decide to do something fun for themselves by taking salsa dance lessons.

And as seen through their comments in this article, dance does a lot more for people than merely helping them shed pounds â€" though weight loss is a big benefit!

In addition, regular dance lessons can keep you active, improve your mood and energy levels and even decrease your chances of developing diseases related to a sedentary lifestyle like heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.

Whether or not you’re a fan of Dancing with the Stars, aren't you just a bit curious about all the fun and excitement that dancing seems to bring to people's lives? I am.





@ 12:42pm ET on December 28, 2007
Dancing is also good for your balance, something that tends to go by the wayside as you grow older unless you keep challenging yourself!


@ 9:02am ET on March 25, 2016
I know somebody who guaranteed to have write my essay for me lost a 30 pounds doing DDR on the PS2. I am certain on the grounds that you are moving you will get in shape on the off chance that you get your heart rate up and are moving.

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