Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Grapefruits May Help Obesity and Diabetes

Researchers conducted a three-month study on 100 obese adults who were divided into three groups to see if eating grapefruit had an affect on weight loss. The first group ate half a grapefruit with each meal, three times a day, and lost 3.6 pounds on average. The second group of participants, who ate a similar diet without the grapefruit, lost only 0.5 pounds on average, and the third group drank grapefruit juice and lost 3.3 pounds on average.

Individually, some participants who ate the grapefruit lost as much as 10 pounds, researchers say. Results of the study also showed that the grapefruit group had reduced levels of insulin and glucose, which might be linked to weight loss. Read more...

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