Weight loss can be achieved through some simple lifestyle changes. The NHS recommends not skipping breakfast, eating regular meals, drinking plenty of water and being more active. But evidence over the years has also proven the addition of supplements could also help a person on their weight loss journey.
A 2011 review of previous clinical studies involving white bean extract in a product called Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer found taking white bean extract reduced the absorption of carbohydrates in study participants.
The authors of the review concluded taking the white bean extract could promote weight loss when taken with meals.
White beans in general have been shown to have numerous health benefits.
They’re high in nutrient density and have a fairly low calorie count, all of which can contribute to healthy body weight.
White beans are also high in fibre and protein, two nutrients which have been shown to promote feelings of fullness, leaving a person less likely to overeat.
Protein-rich foods are also linked to reduced levels of gherlin, a hunger hormone.
In the long-term, eating protein-rich foods may naturally lead a person to consume fewer calories.
Long-term research has shown people who eat legumes regularly are 22 percent less likely to have obesity and 23 percent less likely to have excess belly fat than people who don’t eat them at all.
It also suggests eating high fibre foods.
It advises: “Foods containing lots of fibre can help keep you feeling full, which is perfect for losing weight. Fibre is only found in food from plants, such as fruit and veg, oats, wholegrain bread, brown rice and pasta, and beans, peas and lentils.”
The health body also suggests reading food labels to help you choose healthier options, not too ban foods as it’s likely to make you crave them more, and not to stock junk food to avoid temptation.
Cutting down on alcohol can also help you lose weight.
Published at Wed, 03 Jun 2020 13:27:00 +0000