This Diet Is More Effective Than Keto for Fat Loss, New Study Finds

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The keto diet has long been touted as one of the best ways to lose fat, and while that may be true, a new study shows that there may be even better ways to shed pounds and cut your consumption. Research published in Nature Medicine examined both the keto diet and a plant-based, low-fat diet to see which is more effective, and the results might just surprise you.



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The study was led by a scientist at the National Institutes of Health named Kevin Hall. Hall took a group of 20 people

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Healthy food to lose belly fat from Irv & Shelly’s Fresh Picks Founder Shelly Herman

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CHICAGO (WLS) — The foods you eat affect the way your body feels.

Some foods can make you feel worse. Others can make you stronger and even boost your immune system.

ABC 7 Chicago spoke to Shelly Herman, co-founder of Irv & Shelly’s Fresh Picks, a grocery delivery service that works with Midwest farms. She shared what types of produce can naturally cleanse the body and are high in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

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Here are some quick facts she shared:

  • Beets – dense with nutrients, including potassium, betaine, magnesium, folate, and Vitamin
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    ‘Fat but fit’ is a myth when it comes to heart health, new study shows

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    “This has led to controversial proposals for health policies to prioritize physical activity and fitness above weight loss,” he said. “Our study sought to clarify the links between activity, body weight, and heart health.”

    Researchers used data from 527,662 working adults from Spain insured by an occupational risk prevention company, with an average age of 42.

     

    They were put into groups according to activity level and groups by body weight: 42{6339095b8ff4371e80c293520f74ccd4c0488f11a7aed6d0daae87ff5630195b} of participants were normal weight, with a body mass index (BMI) of 20-24.9; 41{6339095b8ff4371e80c293520f74ccd4c0488f11a7aed6d0daae87ff5630195b} were overweight, BMI 25-29.9; and 18{6339095b8ff4371e80c293520f74ccd4c0488f11a7aed6d0daae87ff5630195b} were obese, BMI 30 or above.

     

    Then researchers looked

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