Cutting Back This Many Calories Per Day Could Lower Heart Disease Risk
- If you’re looking to become more healthy it could be as easy as cutting back on the calories you intake daily.
- In a new study, over the course of two years, a group of 21-50 year-olds cut 25 percent of their diet while another group ate normally. The group that cut calories lost an average of 16 pounds, had lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, lower risk of metabolic syndrome and improved insulin sensitivity.
- The best way to cut calories and improve health is to stop eating after dinner, skip non-essential food, like bread, soda or junk food.
- Stick to eating lean meat, vegetables, low-calorie foods, fiber-rich starch, and lean animal and plant protein.
Raise your celery stick and let’s Cheers to healthier heart – Maryann Morgan – Joel & Maryann in the Morning