Low-Fat Eaters Burned Fewer Calories, Were More Likely to Regain Lost Weight
June 26, 2012 — New research challenges the idea that a calorie is a calorie, suggesting that certain foods and diets may be better than others for burning calories and helping people maintain weight loss.
The study appears this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times
Are there really magical foods that help you lose weight and taste good, too?
At Integrative Nutrition, there are a few simple principles that can help just about everyone to get healthier, including shedding excess pounds. Generally, what works for most people is to eat less packaged or processed foods, more whole foods, drink more water, get adequate sleep each night, and make sure that you’re getting a healthy dose of primary food.
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I’ve fallen behind on so many things lately but at least on one thing, I’ll be on time and well prepared. A tasty Fourth of July meal of mini sloppy joes and fries. Easy and quick to make, you’ll be out of the kitchen and relaxing in no time.
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