Weight-Loss Tips

When all of the weight lost consisted of fat, a study found that the participants who ate a high protein, high dairy diet, and exercised regularly lost twice as much 'belly fat' as those who ate less protein and dairy but still worked out routinely!

A Swiss study has shown that green tea, its catechins and EGCC have all been successful at reducing body weight and body fat, as well as increasing fat oxidation and thermogenesis.

Calcium deficiencies can promote weight gain. According to a study published in the journal Obesity Research participants on high calcium diets lost more body fat than those who were not. Science Daily has reported that increasing calcium in the diet boosted weight loss only in people whose diets were deficient.

In just 20 minutes 122 calories can be burned on the dance floor, so be sure to dance often or engage in some other regular exercise such as walking several miles each day.

Vitamin D deficiency is not only associated with poor calcium absorption it also can cause weight gain. A study published in 2011 in the Journal of Clinical Endrocrinology and Metabolism showed that among a group of 237 children that those with low levels of vitamin D had a higher incidence of high body mass index and being overweight compared to the children with normal levels of the vitamin.

Women addded 15 years to their life expectancy when they exercised regularly, ate a healthy diet, did not smoke and maintained a lean body weight according to a study that was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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