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What's the best way to lose excess weight and keep it off?A study from Boston's Children's Hospital suggests that a low-glycemic-index diet is the best. The researchers recruited 21 young adults who were overweight or obese and put them on diets so that they were able to lose between 10 to 15 percent of their body weight, about 30 pounds on average. Then they put their volunteers on one of three different diets that provided exactly the same number of calories but from different food sources. All of the volunteers spent four weeks on each of these three diets. These included:
They found that the low-fat diet slowed metabolism the most and that the low carbohydrate diet had a negative impact on certain hormone levels, resulting in increased inflammation in the body (and consequent increase in disease risk).
The winner here was the low-glycemic index diet with
its emphasis on fiber-rich, natural carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy
fats, including nuts, avocados and olive oil. That diet is very similar
to an anti-inflammatory diet.Most anti-aging experts feel inflammation is the most prominent cause of aging.
the concept of glycemic load is helpful, doing calculations for
everything you eat isn't always practical. Instead, to make better,
simpler choices about carbohydrates, reduce consumption of processed and
refined foods (such as snack foods, white bread, sweetened drinks, and
sugary desserts). Eat more sweet potatoes and fewer white potatoes, less
bread (unless it's really chewy and grainy), more whole grains and
fewer products made with flour, more temperate fruits (especially
berries, cherries, apples, and pears) and fewer tropical ones, and more
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Researchers have found that heart-attack rates are rising for adults under age 40, climbing 2% every year for the last 10 years. They postulate the reason is younger patients are more likely to use marijuana and cocaine compared to slightly older counterparts, even if they drank less alcohol.