The Evidence Keeps Mounting

Over the course of last week, two studies have been published once again showing the effectiveness of high-protein, low-carb diets. 

One of these studies carried out by the University of Sydney and found that humans will continue eating until they consumed enough protein. The study found that regardless of BMI or age, a person’s appetite was affected by the amount of protein they consumed in a meal and throughout the day. In short, people should be eating protein-based foods not only to get the necessary nutrition from it, but also to avoid over-eating. In another study carried out by the University of Missouri found that women consuming a high-protein, low-carb breakfast helped to regulate appetite throughout the day.

What both these studies show is that the current low-fat healthy eating mantra has no scientific foundation. Once again studies are showing that doing the opposite of this advice will lead to better overall appetite control.

These studies once again show the importance of following a low-carb, high-protein and moderate-fat approach to daily health – the Natural Ketosis way.

Links:

University of Sydney: http://sydney.edu.au/news/84.html?newscategoryid=1&newsstoryid=12632
 

University of Missouri: http://medicine.missouri.edu/news/0204.php

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