Calcium and Weight

In a recent number of the British Newspaper of the Nutrition, the scientists discovered that the calcium consumption can be helped the loss of weight increasing. Nevertheless, this applies only for those who have a low calcium diet. The study lasted 15 weeks. Obese women participated whose daily consumption average of calcium was below 600mg. The daily recommended calcium consumption is of 1000mg. The obese women were placed in a low diet in calories and every day took two tablets from calcium or placebo (for a total of 1200mg). After 15 weeks, the women who were taking the tablets from calcium lost near 6 kg, whereas the women which they were taking placebo lost 1Kg. The scientists formulated the hypothesis that, when to a body it needs calcium, the brain detects this and looks for to compensate the deficiency stimulating a greater ingestion of food.

This can work against any program of loss of weight. On the other hand, to take sufficient calcium seems to have an effect suppresor of desire to consume more eating. Conclusion? To take sufficient amounts from calcium helps to ensure the success a program of loss of weight. So, how you can increase to your consumption of calcium and asegurarte of not gaining weight or ruining your goals of loss of weight? Something that you can do is to take I supplement of calcium in tablets or capsules. The calcium supplements also are available in dust, so you could prefer that option. You can add your dust of I supplement of calcium to the milkshakes or any drink. Also you can buy enriched milk of rice, milk of soya, or simple milky products.

If you are able to tolerate them, includes cheese ricotta and yogurt in your daily diet. Srtete of foods that are good calcium sources. These foods include the almonds, the sesame seeds (tahini), brcoli, molasses, and tofu. Asegrate more or less to balance your calcium ingestion with of the amount in milligrams of magnesium. And finally, if takings your I supplement half an hour of calcium before irte to the bed, you will sleep better.

Saturday, November 24th, 2012 News

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