|Diet for two days in week working to reduce the weight|
|Written by Egypt Eve|
|Wednesday, 21 December 2011 14:34|
Researchers have found South Manchester University Hospital to follow a strict diet for two days, instead of continuing to reduce cholesterol, is a more effective way to lose weight and reduce the seriousness of breast cancer.
I have found Dr. Michael Harvey, who led the study that women who followed the diet for only two days a week lost more weight than women involved in a diet full.
According to the study published by the Daily Telegraph, the researchers referred to the 100 women and put extra weight on one of three diets. The first system included eating only 650 calories for two days a week without carbohydrates such as potatoes and bread. During the five remaining days of the week posts could take what you like them, to be healthy as possible.
Although the volunteers in the second diet was forbidden them to also eat carbs for two days a week, they are not fettered with a certain amount of calories. And also allowed them to eat what they want in the remaining days of the week.
The third group has followed the recent tradition where the diet included more food to avoid high-fat, alcohol and adherence to about 1,500 calories each day.
The results of the study after three months that women who followed the diet for two days, lost about four kilograms, compared to about 2 kg and 270 grams of the final were on a diet completely.
And volunteers who followed the diet lost nearly two days the amount of twice the weight of those who were on a diet traditionally a more complete, and who registered a marked improvement in three key areas linked to breast cancer, and decreased levels of the hormone leptin have rates 40%.
The chairwoman of the breast cancer campaign, Pamela Goldberg, according to British newspaper that there are many risk factors associated with breast cancer can not control, such as age, gender, family history, but to maintain a healthy weight is a positive step can be followed. This system provides an alternative to intermittent food to the traditional system, which can help in weight loss but it is also likely to reduce the risk of breast cancer.
The following diet, which followed women for only two days a week, as published in the newspaper:
Breakfast: tea, fruit and banana, a cup of coffee with milk.