How Weight Loss Changed My Life?
Photo by Kovbaskina . Walnuts already have an image as a healthyish food, but the California Walnut Commission wanted to know more. A new study asked if walnuts—already associated with lower risks of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes —might deliver some of their health benefits by changing our brains’ reactions to food. The Headline: Walnuts for Weight Loss? ( N e w Y o r k T i m e s ) The Story: First of all, this study tested absolutely nothing about weight loss. It’s also worth noting up front that it was partly funded by the California Walnut Commission, but the http://loseweightarlindayra.cdw-online.com/some-ideas-for-consideration-on-rapid-solutions-for-elyze CWC had nothing to do with the design, execution, or publication of the research; the researchers came up with the study themselves and applied to the CWC for funding. So if this wasn’t about weight loss, what was it about? This was a small but tight study—double-blind and placebo-controlled. Nine obese participants were given either a walnut shake or a placebo (walnut-flavored and identical in calories and macronutrient breakdown) as part of their weight-maintenance diet for five days.
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