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Calcium Contributes To Weight Reduction

Mar 13th 2014 at 4:46 AM

According to some research and studies that calcium intake indirectly helping in weight loss because it is when the body gets enough calcium, it can burn fat even more, and this in contrast to the body, which is suffering from calcium deficiency, which leads to his production of more fat.

Confirms consultant therapeutic feeding and obesity as the most important benefits of calcium, which unknown to many people other than its importance for building bones is that it helps to increase the rate of fat burning in the body, and the proof is that any diet should contain foods contain calcium, which is the most important.

Yogurt and milk as well as cottage cheese and low-fat because they are the excellent source to get adequate amounts of calcium, must be on all those who wish to relieve the weight that gets two servings a day of calcium is better to be a few of the products or skimmed even serve their purpose.

There are other previous studies found that people who follow the diet include eating adequate amounts of calcium can reduce the excess weight faster than others who do not take calcium only slightly. He points out that calcium intake not only contributes to weight reduction but also in reducing the secretion of the body's more fat and thus contributes to maintain body weight, which up to him for a long time without a rapid increase in addition to dairy products contribute significantly to the feeling of satiety and fullness for a period of up to 3 or 4 hours after ingested. Stressing that taking supplements containing calcium does not benefit much in it, but that may have damage to the kidneys in the long term.Read More Weight Loss Tips Click Here

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