The results showed the Paleo dieters lost significantly more weight (14 pounds) compared to the low-fat dieters (5.7 pounds). What’s more, the low-carb, high-fat Paleo dieters lost 4 inches from their waists after six months, compared to just 2 inches for the low-fat dieters. In previous studies, the Paleo diet has routinely beaten low fat diets at controlling cholesterol and diabetes. The results are noteworthy because older women especially those who are post-menopausal have historically reported having a hard time losing weight, especially from their mid-sections, due to slower metabolisms and hormone disruptions. Researchers said Paleo dieters also reported feeling more satisfied and less hungry than low-fat dieters, which makes sense, since fat makes food taste better and boosts satiety.
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The U.S. Weight Loss Market: 2014 Status Report & Forecast
Are you going to admit to that? February 20, 2014 dr oz garcinia cambogia 04:07 pm at 4:07 pm | Rudy NYC tom l Since we started talking about taxes, I have a simple question what is “fair share” for rich people according to liberals? ————————- I have a stupid question. Why do you constantly try to manufacture straw man arguments? You must live in a serious bubble.
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Weight Loss Market: 2014 Status Report & Forecast Bharat Book Bureau 18 hours ago 0 shares Done MUMBAI, February 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Bharat Book Bureau presents TheU.S.Weight Loss Market: 2014 Status Report & Forecast. This new report presents a wrap-up of 2013 performance for the U.S. weight loss market. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/healthcare-market-research-reports/the-us-weight-loss-market-2014-status-report-forecast.html ) The value of the market actually declined by 1.8% to $60.5 billion, largely as a result of slumping diet soft drink sales, and flat performance in most other market segments-including the large chains. The market is forecast to grow only 1.2% this year, as the DIY dieting trend continues, more competitors appear, and diet companies try to sort out the effects of the Affordable Care Act.
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