More Is Not Always Better When It Comes To Olive Oil
It may look counter-intuitive to learn that adding fat into your diet can actually help you drop fat. According to a September 2003 research report from the British Journal of Medicine, altering Olive Oil for other saturated fats in your diet can help you drop some fat.
Moreover, the study comprised eight overweight men among the ages of 24-49 years and displayed a thorough and clear correlation between the use of Olive Oil within a healthy diet regime plan and a reduction in body weight and fat mass.
The remarkable aspect of this analysis is that the sole variable was the substitution of Olive Oil for saturated fats.
The eight men were broken into two classes and for four weeks ate comparable foods together using the exclusion that the first class ate more saturated than unsaturated fats. The first class followed a saturated fat-rich diet plan based on 24 percent calories from saturated fat, 13% from monounsaturated fat, and 3 percent from polyunsaturated fat.
The 2nd group's diet was revised to include 22% monounsaturated fats, 7% polyunsaturated fats and 11 percent saturated fats. The second group have the same amount of calories as the first group, and there was no increase in physical activity at either category.
At nearly the very end of four weeks, the males from the second class were milder and had a lower body-fat index than the adult men who ate the saturated fats.
There has also been published research reported by the American Diabetes Association in Diabetes Care, which specifies that Olive Oil may be beneficial to reducing abdomen fat and insulin sensitivity.
In conclusion, when researchers fed Type diabetic patients different diets - a high carbohydrate diet plan, or a diet rich in either saturated fat or Olive Oil (Mediterranean food diets) - the high carb diet increased abdominal fat compared for the fat-rich diet plans.
Of the three meals, the dietary plan saturated in Olive Oil did prevent not just stomach fat accumulation but insulin resistance and a Dropin adiponectin.