Obese individuals who follow a low-fat weight-loss plan are sure to add extra years to their life, according to a new study. Such diet plans reduce the risk of early death by 18% in obese people resulting in a decrease of 6 deaths for every 1,000 people.
By low-fat, we mean diets that are low in sugar and refined carbohydrates. While this type of a diet can increase lifespan, there is no evidence supporting the reduction of heart disease or cancer. There is also no evidence supporting the advantages of exercise along with this diet.
Obesity affects every part of the body. It increases the risk of numerous diseases and risk factors such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and high cholesterol that lead to premature death. Controlling obesity and enabling weight loss is not only helpful to stay slim and trim but also helps the person to stay healthy lifelong.
It is not just weight loss, diet, stress reduction or social support that helps a person reduce obesity rates but a combination of these things that gives you the best result. Obese/overweight individuals seeking professional help to lose weight in a healthy way can get in touch with renowned nutritionists/dietitians at www.firsteatright.com
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