Eating low-carb diet may significantly help maintain weight loss. According to the findings of the most recent research, eating an meal low in carbohydrates may assume a critical job in keeping up weight loss. The investigation, disclosed in the journal BMJ, said that eating less sugars builds the quantity of calories consumed.
The specialists from Boston Children’s Hospital in the US selected 234 overweight adults ageing in the range of 18 and 65 to an underlying weight loss diet for around 10 weeks. Of these, 164 accomplished the objective of losing 10 to 14 percent of body weight. The members were then randomized to pursue high, moderate or low-carb diets less for an extra 20 weeks with carbs involving 60, 40 and 20 percent of aggregate calories, separately.
The findings uncovered that over the 20 weeks, calories copied were altogether more noteworthy in the low-carb diet versus the high-sugar diet. It is additionally intriguing to take note of that at a similar normal body weight, members who expended the low-carb diet consumed around 250 kilocalories per day more than those on the high-carb diet.
Cara Ebbeling from the Boston Children’s Hospital said in a statement that, “If this difference persists – and we saw no drop-off during the 20 weeks of our study – the effect would translate into about a 20-pound weight loss after three years, with no change in calorie intake.”
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