Research Study Produces Unprecedented Results – that a high nutrient dense diet may be the most health favorable and effective way to lose weight.
Comparison: Weight Watchers “proudly” reports that their users average a 3% (three-percent) weight loss over two years. That equated to just 4.5 pounds for a 150lb person.
A research study was conducted by Dr. Barbara Sarter PhD., University of Southern California of and Dr. Colin Campbell PhD., Professor, Cornell University and author of The China Study on the effects of the “Effect of a High Nutrient Density Diet on Long-Term Weight Loss.”
A High Nutrient Dense Diet means incorporating foods into your diet that have high level of nutrients per calorie like: vegetables, beans, fruits, nuts and seeds.
Conclusion: “A high nutrient dense diet (HND) as demonstrated with this group may be the most health-favorable and effective way to lose weight for appropriately motivated patients.”
*This article contains unpublished data, scheduled for publication in the May/June 2008 issue of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. Fuhrman J, Sarter B, Campbell TC. Effect of a high-nutrient diet on long-term weight loss: a retrospective chart review. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 2008;14(3) publication pending