▶ Metabolism is more useful in calories
The best way to keep down the pressure is to turn the diet into a low carbon diet, research suggests.
Even with a similar level of physical activity, a low carbohydrate diet increases the use of calories and increases the dietary effects over a high carbohydrate diet.
Researchers at the Children's Hospital in Boston have reported the findings to the British Medical Journal (BMJ), which was unveiled on Thursday (14), CNN and the British Telegraph was published.
According to the researchers, 234 adults aged 18 to 65 took part in the trial. In the first 10 weeks, 164 people who received at least 10% reduction were classified as a low group, high carbon carbohydrates and an intermediate carbohydrate diet for an extra 20 weeks.
In other words, their diet included 20% of carbohydrate, 20% of protein, 60% fat, 60% carbohydrate, 20% protein, 20% fat, 40% carbohydrate, 40% fat and 20 % of protein.
The study found that low-carb diete participants use 209 to 287 kilocalories per day (kcal) more than their high carbohydrate diet participants through active metabolism.
The researchers say that if this effect continues, a typical 30-year-old man will weigh about 10 kilograms three years later. However, some experts demand it to be too early to recommend such a diet.