The Fiber Connection to Weight Loss

Going on the latest diet usually ends in failure. As for all the exercise options, research shows that it can lead to disappointment in regard to how little weight is actually lost.

A 2012 study published in Obesity Reviews revealed that “weight loss resulting from an exercise intervention tends to be lower than predicted.”

If you don’t like to exercise, don’t jump for joy just yet. The study was not measuring the healthy benefits of being physically active. Just weight loss. Working out burns off calories, but when expending a lot of energy, there’s a tendency to compensate by eating more food. So, what’s the answer?

Calories are the weight loss answer. The number and type you put into your body affects how heavy or light it is.

Eat all the fruit and vegetables you want until you’re full, and you’ll eventually lose weight because of the low number of calories, healthy nutrients and . . . filling fiber.

A 2015 study showed changing just one dietary thing can help you lose weight:

“. . . increased fiber intake may be a reasonable alternative for persons with difficulty adhering to more complicated diet regimens.”

Most people don’t get enough fiber in their diets. Simply by adding fit ’n fiber to your daily nutritional intake can help you to fill up and avoid extra calories. It’s worth the weight!

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