may have a positive impact on cutting body fat and weight loss, report
researchers in a new study.
For ten years, researchers have known that calcium helps to prevent weight gain in mice. A 2003 study confirms that the same holds true for humans - calcium helps prevent weight gain.
Researchers at Purdue University show that calcium can play a key role in preventing weight gain for men and women by improving insulin resistance syndrome.
Insulin resistance syndrome is a nightmare for middle-age adults with this condition. In some cases, a person with insulin resistance syndrome can eat a piece of bread and it can make their body act as if it was a slice of pecan pie.
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National Institutes of Health research cited in newsletter, "Calcium intake and reduction in weight or fat mass," 2003, Teegarden, click here to see details
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