It is a well-known fact that milk is good for you because it gives you strong bones and teeth. But did you know that it can also help with weight loss? A study conducted in Mexico found that adding low-fat milk with micronutrients to an energy-restricted diet aided in fat loss. After four months of daily intake, BMI decreased and bone density improved, both of which are important factors while dieting.
Weight loss has been a top priority for most and at sometimes puzzling. Losing weight by dieting, exercising, and professional/personal support can start diminishing pounds, but maintaining that weight loss can be the difficult part. In the first year after reducing their body fat, weight regains of 33% to 50% of the pounds lost are frequent for most. The weight cycling can even continue after the first year where the body fat fluctuates and the end result is more weight than what the individual started with. What tools are available for people who can keep the weight off (i.e. maintainers) and those who are on a roller coaster of weight loss and regain (i.e. regainers)?
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