St Michael's Hospital in Canada says consumption of pasta, along with a balanced, low-glycemic diet, can help reduce weight gain, says study bring good results for those looking to lose weight. p>
A study by researchers at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, Canada, has brought to light a result that can make a lot of people, especially dieters, thrilled. The researchers found that, unlike most people, they do not contribute to weight gain and may still aid in their loss. Researchers claim t
The authors of the study pointed out that these results only associate mass consumption without gaining weight when it is part of a balanced diet and low index glycemic.
Long diets with multiple food restrictions and decreased calorie intake are quite common. But researchers at the University of Tasmania in Australia say that taking two-week breaks in the middle of a diet may be the key to eliminating those extra pounds. To conclude, they analyzed the "hunger reaction" in the body and its impact on people with obesity who were including changes in diet.
This is a truth that everyone knows: to eat a healthier diet and lose weight, it is important to consume more fruits and vegetables on a day to day basis. But do all fruits and vegetables really help in this loss? To answer this question, Harvard scholars used databases of more than 133,000 people in the United States, who were analyzed for 24 years (1986 to 2010) and published their findings in the scientific journal Plos Medicine.