An article published in the journal BMJ states that most diets, especially low-fat diets, can reduce the risk of death in patients with obesity, however, researchers are not aware of these diets and the heart Between cancer and cancer. The study also provides evidence that weight loss meals reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
For obese people, the risk of heart disease, specific types of cancer, type 2 diabetes, early death, and other types of diseases is higher than that of normal people.
Previous studies have shown that fat loss programs can prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes, however, there is no evidence that diet can prevent these serious negative effects.
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen in the United Kingdom analyzed data from a randomized controlled trial in the past period. The study included information on more than 30,000 patients in 54 clinical trials. Although inadequately described, almost all clinical trials have included weight loss meals and evidence of their ability to reduce weight. Among them, researchers found that the results of 34 clinical trials can show that weight loss meal can reduce the risk of early death in adult obese people. However, weight loss meals have not significantly reduced the risk of heart disease and cancer in obese people.
In addition, researchers have found it difficult to find evidence of the difference in the effects of merely receiving weight-loss meals or regular exercise on the risk of premature death.
However, they believe that eating diet meals, especially diets with low fat and low saturated fatty acids, can effectively reduce the risk of death for obese people even without physical exercise.