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Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Doesn’t Help You Lose Weight, Study Says.

The research, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, reviewed studies that looked at fruit and vegetable consumption and weight gain, and concluded that simply eating more doesn't doesn't slim waistlines. Loading up on more fruits and vegetables, without taking out more high-calorie foods like junk food, or making other lifestyle changes such as exercising, won't have a significant affect on weight.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

The key to fat loss is balancing the protein-to-glycemic load of a meal. That will generate greater satiety, which means you are less hungry and cutting back on calories becomes much easier.

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