Friday, July 1, 2011
Fake fat can make you fatter?
Type = ' text ' > Jesi if link Jennifer miklis watch the video news analysis of multiple health niosi. Looking to lose weight? A new study says-sticking with naturally low-fat foods, such as unprocessed whole grains rather than synthetic alternatives "fake fat" is the best bet. ABC shows. "Researchers at the University of Bordeaux has been divided rats into two different groups. Here's what happened. One group were fed high-fat potato chips and calories, and another group of chips calorie with high and low fat alternative to aulistra. And now researchers found mice that eat both types of chips ate more and gained more importance, and the further development of adipose tissue. "Says nutritionist Mar how fat alternatives to interfere with the body's ability to organize eating, but may force the body to convert more calories than fat."Until the study with a substitute fat fat seem to us but there is no fat calories. Researchers themselves have similar studies on mice years ago with the sugar and sugar substitutes. The same idea. If our body senses we get something sweet but not delivered calories, there is a chance we are confusing and shed off road course we regulate metabolism and calories. "Still stuck on the idea of a low fat diet? Medical writing "Stanford Medicine" says today is not all bad! "Alternatives to synthetic fats only seems to promote weight gain when consumed as part of a high fat diet. Low-fat dieters ... Safe fat ...