The most efficient (and effective) method of losing weight

Obesity symptoms are present in every fourth woman and every fifth man in Russia, according to the Ministry of Health. Diabetes mellitus affects more than 9 million people in the United States, with prediabetes affecting roughly 20% of the population. Without a doubt, overcoming obesity is the first step toward regaining health, balancing blood sugar levels, and lowering blood pressure. Simultaneously, scientists have long identified the most effective way to lose weight - and it has nothing to do with following a strict diet. Over the course of two years, one of the most comprehensive scientific studies on weight loss looked at the nutritional status of 800 people. Each of them followed one of four diets: low-calorie, low-protein, low-fat, and low-carbohydrate. The participants lost an average of 6 kg, with a final weight loss of about 4 kg after two years. At the same time, despite the relatively low numbers, 15% of those who lost weight were able to lose 10% of their body weight. Unfortunately, more than half of those who attempted to lose weight were unsuccessful. The conclusion made by scientists is simple - weight loss was most effectively achieved with a decrease in the calorie content of the diet, while the proportions of BJU played a much smaller role. Ultimately, only those who adhered to the diet for a long period of time lost weight.

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