Sunday July 21st 2019

Higher protein, low GI diet is the answer to weight-loss, study finds.

A fascinating new study sheds light on how to shift those pounds!

Researchers at the Faculty of Life Sciences (LIFE), University of Copenhagen, can now unveil the results of the world’s largest diet study: If you want to lose weight, you should maintain a diet that is high in proteins with more lean meat, low-fat dairy products and beans and fewer finely refined starch calories such as white bread and white rice. With this diet, you can also eat until you are full without counting calories and without gaining weight. Finally, the extensive study concludes that the official dietary recommendations are not sufficient for preventing obesity.

To read the full study, visit : http://www.physorg.com/news/2010-11-danish-obesity-riddle.html

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