Obesity may be the greatest pandemic ever facing mankind

Diets May Cause Long-term Weight Gain

The greatest threat to our overall health and longevity keeps getting bigger and bigger. We have more opinions and strategies and yet it keeps getting worse and worse. We are talking about obesity.

Here are the latest statistics, as these numbers only prove that the old approaches of diet, exercise, and nutrition are really no match for obesity.

There is new hope in a new peer-reviewed study in the Nutrition Journal where people are losing tremendous amounts of weight safely and quickly and not losing water or lean muscle mass.

The Nutrition Journal Study has participants lose on average 16 lbs. in 30 days. Some of the participants lost 30 lbs. in 30 days. An amazing result was that everyone in the study gained between 4 and 6% lean muscle mass. On diets, people lose water and lean muscle mass.

The CDC quoted a study where they estimate that 88% of the people in N. America is metabolically unhealthy with one of five factors. They are either overweight or have high blood pressure, high blood sugar, elevated cholesterol, and triglycerides. In the Nutrition Journal Study, all 5 of those factors went down dramatically in just 30 days. No other diet approach ever analyzed ever produced those kinds of results.

Note: The participants in the (NJ) study were 80% women and none of the participants were allowed to exercise. This way the study was just about the R2m protocol that is based on a revolutionary new approach of Intermittent Nutritional Fasting and Protein Pacing®.

In a brand-new study published in JAMA was also done for 12 Months which compared the Atkins, Zone, South Beach, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, Weight Watchers, and Ornish diets, among others. The big winner was low carb of 16 pounds in a year! All other diets were about 1 ½ lbs. less in 12 months. The medical community is saying that these are great diets. Do you think these are good outcomes? Especially when compared to the Study published in the (NJ).

The bottom line is that the Nutrition Journal peer-reviewed study was 12 times more effective than any other diet protocol analyzed.

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