Kiwi study

I was excited when I came across the article, Go green? Kiwi study tests plant-based diet. For the past 20 years, I have studied, talked and written about and taught whole-food, plant-based nutrition. The evidence for more than 100 years is clear that a plant-based lifestyle is the healthiest and it is the safe and effective way to lose weight.

A study published in Nutrition & Diabetes concluded that: “This programme led to significant improvements in BMI, cholesterol and other risk factors. To the best of our knowledge, this research has achieved greater weight loss at 6 and 12 months than any other trial that does not limit energy intake or mandate regular exercise.

My Slender For Life™ Weight Loss Hypnosis program supports you with ending your unhealthy cravings for the Standard American Diet. With hypnosis for weight loss, you will give care to your body with whole grains, vegetables and fruit – the foods that make you healthy and slender.

Kiwi study

BROAD study: The findings

  • Participants in the intervention group had lost an average 11.5kg at one year, which was greater weight loss than any other trial that did not limit energy intake or mandate regular exercise.
  • They also reported an improved self-esteem and quality of life and decreased medications from 94 across the diet group on a normal day to 67.
  • One patient out of four with diabetes was able to stop taking their insulin. Two of the four diabetics improved their condition to the point where they no longer met the diagnostic criteria for diabetes. Those without diabetes improved their HbA1c also.

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Jamie Morton

Science Reporter., NZ Hearald

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