Easy Weight Loss? Intermittent Calorie Reduction Can Lead To Weight Control

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Small dietary changes can help you shed unwanted pounds for good. Every little bit counts. A 2005 study of slightly overweight people by researchers at Tufts University showed that cutting 100 to 200 calories a day led to weight loss, improved cholesterol Garcinia Cambogia Extract levels and significant boost to immune response. Similar studies have shown that as little as 10% reduction in calorie intake compared to the average high-calorie Western diet can lead to weight loss, lower blood pressure and cholesterol as well as other health benefits . Other studies achieved the effect of caloric reduction by a combination of exercise and lower calorie intake. Instead of trying to rapidly lose over 50 pounds using deprivation diets, punishing workouts or other quick-fix strategies, creating smaller changes can help you gradually build healthy choices into your life. Every goal you achieve can motivate you to achieve more goals — and you can get lasting results.
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Insulin status is important determinant of weight reduction on vascular function

Obesity has emerged as one of the most critical health care problems in the U.S. and worldwide with nearly 70 percent of the U.S. population currently overweight or obese. Of major concern are the disproportionate cases of severe obesity ( body mass index [BMI] ? 40 kg/m2), which tripled during the 1990s. Nearly a third of adults and 17 percent of children in the U.S. are now obese with 65 million additional cases estimated by 2030.
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