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Diversity in diet helps to lose weight.. a study that shows


Following a specific eating plan, such as a calorie-restricted diet, a low-carb, high-fat diet, or an intermittent fasting schedule, can be beneficial for weight loss, but to get more benefits, the researchers suggest applying the three types of diet in turns, according to their publication. "eatthis" website.


In a study published in the journal Nutrition, researchers looked at 227 participants who sought a medical intervention for weight loss and were advised to follow one of these three approaches. After following one of the diets, 154 participants then switched to other dietary interventions, including intermittent fasting, and continued to follow a low-carb diet. And high in fat.


The study showed that about 78% of patients lost about 5% of their body weight when following one diet, and there was no difference in the amount of weight loss achieved based on the type of diet, however, those who made the three plans in a row, They lost nearly double that number, which indicates that changing your weight loss strategy can propel you toward your goals more effectively.


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Staying on the same diet is difficult, and often a reason why people stop doing it, said study lead author Rebecca Christensen, Ph.D. at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health. To make an impact, it is easier for people to switch to a new nutritional intervention than to stick to one long-term plan.


She emphasized that those who lost "only" 5% of their weight still gained significant benefits to their health, because this modest percentage has been linked to improvements in cardiovascular function in previous research.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that losing 5 to 10% of total body weight can help regulate blood pressure and blood sugar and may lower LDL cholesterol, adding that maintaining this weight over time can continue to provide benefits. Such as better energy levels, keeping the body moving, improving mood, and increasing self-confidence.

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