Lose Weight Without Eating Less Calories According to a Recent Study Reviewed by Naturecast Products

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New research conducted by the University of East Anglia and published in the journal BMJ’s December 7th issue suggesting that instead of dieting, just reducing fat intake can help you lose weight.

The weight reduction that we found when people ate less fat was remarkably consistent -- we saw it in almost every trial. Those who cut down more on fat, lost more weight.

Naturecast Products issues recommendations on how to lose weight without reducing calories. These recommendations are based on new research conducted by the University of East Anglia and published in the journal BMJ’s December 7th issue suggesting that instead of dieting, just reducing fat intake can help you lose weight.

The researchers reviewed 33 different trials with a total of subjects that exceeded 73,500. The research team followed all subjects for at least six months and compared both weight and waistline for both people who reduced fat intake and those that didn’t change their diets at all.

The team found that those that reduced their fat intake lost an average of about 3.5 pounds without trying to reduce caloric intake. They additionally noted that subjects reported losing the weight easily and retaining the weight loss for at least seven years.

According to lead researcher Dr. Lee Hooper:
"The weight reduction that we found when people ate less fat was remarkably consistent -- we saw it in almost every trial. Those who cut down more on fat, lost more weight."

If interested in losing weight but don’t want to reduce calorie intake, consider just reducing fat intake.

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