Friday, 10 February 2017

New Study Finds That Eating Whole Grains Increases Metabolism and Digestive Calorie Losses

New Study Finds That Eating Whole Grains Increases Metabolism and Digestive Calorie Losses

 New findings into whole grains and their effect on weight management.

 
Newswise — BOSTON (Feb. 8, 2017)—A new study suggests that substituting whole grains for refined grains in the diet increases calorie loss by reducing calories retained during digestion and speeding up metabolism. This research is published in tandem with a study on the effect of whole grains on gut microbiota. Both studies are published online today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Epidemiology studies have suggested health benefits of whole grains and high dietary fiber intake, including for glycemic control and insulin sensitivity. There has been controversy, however, about whether whole grains and fiber are beneficial for weight regulation, partially because there hasn’t been data from controlled metabolic studies. This new study provided food to participants for eight weeks and may help explain how whole grain consumption is beneficial for weight management.
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