“yo-yo Dieting” Not Tied To Early Death: Study

The health effects of such weight cycling, also called yo-yo dieting, are a matter of controversy. Several studies have found that people whose weight cycles up and down tend to die earlier. But the majority of that research failed to differentiate between intentional weight loss and weight loss due to disease such as cancer, researchers write in the new report. In the current work, nearly 56,000 men and more than 66,000 women answered questions about how often they had intentionally lost 10 or more pounds and later regained the weight. The participants were between 50 and 74 years old when the study started in 1992. During a 16-year follow-up period that ended in 2008, roughly 15,000 men and 10,000 women died.
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Cutting Calories, High-Protein Foods More Effective Than Crash Dieting For Weight Loss

Short-term studies have also shown that more protein intake leads to a feeling of fullness, which helps dieters eat fewer calories. Studies have also shown that smaller but more frequent meals may not actually contribute to sustainable weight loss and improved body composition. Dr. Rankin recommended three regularly spaced meals, each with protein, with protein-rich snacks if needed.
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