New research of long term weight gain issue

Research on long term weight gain

Long term Weigh gain

Long term Weigh gain

Eating unprocessed plant foods may help you keeping your middle age smart with not much long term weight gain issues. On the opposite for long term weight gain French fries, meat and sugary drinks can have the effect inverse to above, a new research suggests. The other finding also suggests that not just the calories are the issue for avoiding aged weight gain.

Long Term Weight Gain Reason

When your food intake becomes more than the energy you consumed, you will starts to gain weight. All the extra energy which is called calories stored in the form for fat in different parts of your body, usually in abdomen and hips. Excess increase in your weight may lead to heart disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome and even cancer.

Research of long term weight gain

A research was conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health under a team led by Dr. Dariush Mozaaffarian and Dr. Frank Hu. This research’s core objective was to find out the changes in the people’s lifestyle that put them to have gradual and long term weight gain. This research was funded by the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), National Cancer Institute (NCI) and National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI).

Analysis of long term weight gain research

This research team analyzed the eating habits and lifestyle of three groups in which total number of people we over 120,000 of aged between 12 to 20 years. In this research the participants filled a biennial survey in which they entered their diet, duration ….

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