NEED that more kids should eat yogurt to boost their weight loss, doctors exposed.
They say that these probiotics could reduce the risk of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
A new study found that when eating obesity among children – an effective “yogurt” strategy for eating yogurt – all the scientists believe is the gut microbe.
The research, conducted in Fuzhou Fujian Hospital, China, looked at the impact of probiotics on obese children's health, between 6 and 14 years of age.
All 54 of the children involved had a reduced calorie diet in addition to a fitness system.
Its body weight and metabolic health markers were measured as blood sugar levels and insulin levels before and at the end of the 12 week study.
The results showed that the children who were treated with probiotic supplements, which are found in some yogurts, lost more weight and had lower levels of markers showing poor metabolic health.
Scientists believe that the probiotics help to boost levels of good bacteria – which helps to maintain a healthy weight.
Professor Rui-Min Chen, who led the study, said: "Our findings suggest that probiotic supplementation may help to lose weight and improve metabolic health in obese children, and that this could be an effective strategy. T to prevent and treat obesity in the future. "
Despite this, Professor Chen warned that more studies are needed to confirm the benefits.
He said: "Further work is needed to confirm these results, the number of participants was small and limited to the Fuijan area.
"Other studies also reported that there was no advantage in the treatment of obstetric treatment in obese children but these were much shorter.
"Therefore, further investigation is required before any medical recommendations can be made."
Its team now plans to carry out larger trials examining the effect of the prosomes on the metabolic health of obese children, and to expand their investigations to analyze how they change the gut, as it is. aim to better understand the link between stomach bacteria and obesity risk.
Professor Chen said: "Childhood obesity requiring early intervention is a growing problem to prevent long-term health problems, microbial-based treatments may be a new and more effective strategy to tackle the epidemic. T this serious. "
Reduce blood sugar
The discovery comes after Meghan's comedian Markle that you can lose weight by eating a spoon of yogurt before each meal.
Gabriela Peacock, who modeled Meghan's pre-married diet, requires that the dairy dish helps body fat make your body blitz by reducing insulin and blood sugar spikes.
She said: "I tell my clients to eat some yogurt spoons before a meal.
"By starting your meal with protein rather than carbohydrates, you reduce the insulin and blood sugar spikes from the release of carbs into your bloodstream.
"So a bit of yogurt – or some cheese or ham – is a useful trick."
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Similarly, a recent study at the University of Tennessee showed how good yogurt is for relieving belly fat.
The results showed that participants consumed 18 ounces of yogurt per day (as well as reducing their overall calorie intake), on average, 81 percent more belly fat compared to those who chose a diet. not to eat yogurt.
It is also a great source for vitamins and minerals, with zinc, iodine, potassium and vitamin B5 all active within yogurt.
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