Masses can help weight loss, study says Mass b> b> Masses help in weight loss, according to Italian study. Better understand how the masses can be linked to weight loss
In the analysis, they realized that mass consumption was not related to weight gain, quite the contrary, people who consumed mass had a normally lower body mass index (BMI).
This happened in part because in Italy at least, mass consumption is very much linked to consumption of other important foods in the Mediterranean diet, such as tomato and tomato sauce, onion, garlic, olive oil, rice and soft cheeses.
However, even people who did not adhere to the Mediterranean diet had lower BMIs when they consumed more pasta, and experts are keen to find out why. So, think better before you cut the pasta from your diet to lose weight.
Want to prepare the pasta healthier? Take a look at tips for pasta sauces that are good for health.
Creamy, with the face of winter and ally of your diet: a good soup can not be missing to the table when time cools and the stomach seems to work bent, always insatiable. "The creamy version of the recipe is a great request: the inviting flavor and richness of nutrients make this dish one of my favorite recommendations for those who want to lose weight," says functional nutritionist Daniela Jobst, a specialist at aazsante.fr .
The self-employed Thania Cavalieri, 61, spent ten years struggling with the scales. The weight problems began when she moved to Rio de Janeiro. "I'm a miner and until then my weight was normal, I do not know what happened to me, but the great truth is that I started to gain weight and I reached 109 kilograms," she says.
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