Diet. . . and keep it off

Harrar, Sarí N.
May 2005
Prevention;May2005, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p41
Comments on the impact of low-glycemic diets on metabolic rate. Report that low-glycemic diets which include healthy fats result in weight loss without a creating a slower metabolic rate; Reference to a study that showed a faster metabolic rate in those using a low-glycemic diet compared with those using a low-fat diet; Methods for designing a low-glycemic diet.


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