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Scientists have found out which product saves from weight gain

Experts from Japan believe that regular consumption of rice reduces the likelihood of obesity.

Scientists conducted a study during which they studied the diet and lifestyle of representatives of 136 states.

It turned out that people who ate every day 150 g ricewere leaner compared to those who preferred other foods. The positive effect persisted even with various economic factors, as well as with smoking.

According to experts, the beneficial effect is the presence in the product fiber and nutrients. Rice quickly gives a feeling of satiety and prevents overeating. However, rice is important not to overdo it. Otherwise, metabolic problems may appear. It also increases the risk of developing diabetes. Preference should be given not to the usual white rice, but brown, wild and unpolished. Such rice is much healthier than white rice.

At the moment, scientists do not consider the purpose of the study fully disclosed. Experts plan to continue further studies of the issue.

This is not the first study showing the effects of diet on the body. It is not necessary to drink pills and various weight loss powders that manufacturers advertise.

You need to reconsider your diet, include healthy foods in it, and positive changes will not have to wait long.

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