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Do you fancy a slim-trim figure? If yes, then you need to eat sufficient protein in your daily diet, more willingly than merely chopping down calories, claims a novel study.
In this regard, a recently concluded study, which was carried out by the researchers from University of Sydney, Australia, has claimed that inclusion of low protein in diets could result in unnecessary intake of energy and can inspire individuals to eat more and more snacks and other such stuffs.
The study, which has been made available in the journal 'PLoS ONE', revealed that including an adequate amount of protein in daily diet can assist individuals in shortening their appetite, and can therefore prevent extreme eating of carbohydrates and fats. The consequences correspond to the first ever scientifically backed confirmation that dietary protein tends to play imperative role in fluctuating the levels of appetite among humans. In addition, it has been claimed that these proteins are imperative stepping stones in tackling the obesity epidemic prevailing all over the world.
In this regard, Alison Gosby, the study’s lead author, said that humans experience predominantly high craving for protein, and in case there is a low quantity of protein included in the diet, this craving can steer surplus intake of energy. Our findings have considerable inferences for the management of body weight in the prevailing nutritional environment, where food items which are excessively heavy in terms of carbohydrates and fats are palatable, cheap, and are accessible to an amount unparalleled since ages.
Though it was earlier recommended that protein lends an imperative helping hand in monitoring the overall intake of energy among humans, substantial experimental verification were found lacking up till now.