It seems like everyday there’s a new fad diet displacing the top weight loss programs, be it the pescatarian diet or the paleo diet or what have you. Although such fad diets rarely ever work the way they’re supposed to, they’re still worth paying attention to, as they’re usually based on some form of scientific evidence.
If you’re looking to shake up your own weight loss system, here are a few of the latest studies to help you find a better way to shed some pounds.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind, and Out of Stomach.
One of the best tricks you can add to your weight loss system comes from a new study published in the International Journal of Obesity. Researchers found that those who keep food visibly available around the house tend to be more obese. In other words, if you keep seeing foods, you’re more likely to overindulge and gain weight. Adding a proper storage system to your weight loss system will definitely help you.
Get Some Vitamin D.
A new study from the University of Milan suggests that healthy doses of vitamin D can help kickstart weight loss systems, as it can aid weight loss in obese and overweight people who are vitamin D deficient. In other words, if you’re having trouble getting started with your weight loss system, try spending some time outside every day.
Pile on the Protein.
Family practice doctors have advised patients who want to lose weight to watch their diets for decades, but a new study from the University of Missouri suggests what a “proper diet” might look like for someone who wants a more efficient weight loss system. Researchers found that a diet rich in protein can prevent weight gain by increasing a person’s metabolism, increasing feelings of fullness, and help the body retain muscle while losing fat.
If you know of any other great tips, feel free to share in the comments.