Refreshments, chips, fast food are fattening – there is nothing new in this, but now dietetic researchers have proven that living on such a diet is equal to inevitable abnormal obesity, and not necessarily because of the high calorie content of such foods. According to a recent study published in the Cell Metabolism magazine, more calories are consumed by test subjects who have only been on a food diet for research purposes than those who were on a healthy diet with little or no fruit, vegetables, and fiber. that is, a relationship beyond calories has been found between an unhealthy diet and obese eating obesity.
In the US National Institute of Health (NIH) research conducted on comprehensive randomized subjects, subjects were allowed to consume only highly processed (ultra-processed) foods for two weeks, while the control group ate healthy during the same period. The basic idea was that earlier studies have shown many times that high salt, fat, sugar, or sweet food foods, fast food, are fattening, but the mechanism of action of this phenomenon has not been studied by such a control test.
So what’s the dark secret to the cheeseburger, the sugar-free coke, the potato chips, the canned food? On the one hand, of course, their calorie content is high, but the research has revealed other, more surprising things.
Twenty young adults, around thirty years old, participated in the research, randomly selected to whom they would go. They all had three meals a day to eat main courses and snacks, and the researchers did not figure out how much to eat and then changed their diet after two weeks (which methodologically greatly increased the reliability of the research).
THE AGYONPROCESSED TREATERS ARE MORE THAN TWO WEEKS DURING EVERYDAY, WHEN YOU WANT TO BE BASED ON YOUR FOUNDATION, THOSE WHO ARE NOT RECEIVED BY THEIR INVESTIGATED BY THE RESEARCH.
These test subjects took more than 508 calories a day more than their members of the control group, away from high-processed foods. The result: around two kilograms of ready-made meals were eaten in two weeks, while a healthy diet was about the same.