New research has discovered that as long as you eat sufficient protein in your diet, as opposed to cutting calories, you will remain slim.
University of Sydney researchers have undertaken a study which uncovered that insufficient protein in diets can cause excessive energy intake and make you snack more.
The researchers found that enough dietary protein enables you to curb your appetite and prevent excessive consumption of carbohydrates and fats.
This research is the first scientifically supported study of dietary protein playing an important role in appetite and total human food consumption.
The findings also play a crucial role towards addressing the worldwide obesity epidemic.
The research also has a role to play in the present nutritional environment, where high fat and high carb foods rich are inexpensive and tasty.
Increase Protein in Your Diet to Remain Slim
Wed, 19 Oct 2011
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