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05 October 2012

Mediterranean diet tied to sustainable weight loss

Workers who were put on a Mediterranean diet for two years tended to regain less weight over the years afterward than volunteers placed on a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet.

Workers who were put on a Mediterranean diet for two years tended to regain less weight over the years afterward than volunteers placed on a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet, new data show.

One of the traditional limitations with weight-loss programmes is that once the intervention ends, dieters regain the weight.

How the study was done

 
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