FourFourSeconds ago, the New York Times published an article by David Ludwig, Ph.
D., that focused on the impact of eating a lot.
The piece noted that while many people may not feel that way, they are eating too much.
In fact, a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that people who consumed at least one serving of processed foods daily, such as pizza, were less likely to be obese and to have high blood pressure and heart disease.
Ludwig found that the more people ate of this type of food over the course of a day, the more they metabolized it.
That’s because they metabolize it to lower their energy levels.
It’s the same principle with meat.
The more you eat of it, the less you are metabolizing it to maintain the same level of fat in your body.
As a result, you are eating more of it and less of it.
In a study, Ludwig found this relationship in his own lab.
He followed people for a year and found that their gut microbes were actually less active during the day and more active during meals.
They were able to metabolize foods more effectively, and they were less able to absorb excess nutrients.
It’s an important study, but what do you do if you are already eating a healthy diet?
Ludwig advises that you try to avoid processed foods that contain animal products and refined carbohydrates, as well as refined grains, which can have the same effects.
What are your thoughts on eating out a lot?
This article was originally published on FourFourEight and was republished with permission.
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