According to a new study performed by the scientists from University of California, it was revealed that habitual consumption of poor diets meant increased risk of future disease. Experts suggest not to bother about the weight gain, citing vulnerability diseases.
“A relatively easy intervention with something like the nutrient bar used in this study may help people to realise the positive impact that a diet with adequate nutrition could have in their daily lives, which may be a stronger incentive for change” Senior scientist and University of California Professor, Bruce Ames, Ph.D.
The researchers conducted three clinical trials in which adults ate two nutrient bars each day for two months. The changes in a wide variety of biochemical and physical measurements were recorded in each individual over the two-month period. People who were overweight moved in a healthier metabolic direction and some lost weight by just eating small, low-calorie, and nutrient bars each day for two months, without any additional requirements.
The study is published in the journal Federation of America Societies For Experiment Biology.