Sourced from Body Fat Calories ~ World Food and Drink

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Sourced from Body Fat Calories

Those whose diets are high in calories but low in protein tend to have more body fat than people who ate more protein portions. Thus the conclusion of research conducted by a team from America.

In the study the researchers recruited 25 people to participate in the trial of weight gain during 56 days. During the study period that study participants were given a diet to 1,000 calories per day.

Some people have a diet with a protein amount of 5 percent, while the remaining one gets 15 percent protein, namely the normal portion, and the rest got 25 percent categorized as high-protein or protein.

The purpose of this study was to determine whether differences in levels of protein in the diet effect on weight gain, body fat, and energy expenditure.

Apparently people who have a low protein diet is more difficult to lose weight but they have more extra energy stored as body fat than people who eat high-protein and protein in moderation.

Weight gain of the less protein is only half of the others, which is only 3.16 pounds, while those who mengasup normal amount of protein increased kilograms and 6.51 kilograms 6:05 of high-protein group. But weight gain is in the form of muscle.

In people who eat less protein, almost 90 percent owned by the excess energy stored as body fat


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