A recent research study carried out in Denmark, which was reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition discovered that when men dieted strictly less than 60% of the lost weight was fat. The remainder was lean muscle. When men regained weight only 24% of the weight they put back on was lean tissue – over 75% of the added weight after weight loss was more fat. That means for people who yo-yo diet – living in a constant change of losing weight and then adding it back on again – the muscle in their body are gradually being replaced by fat.
The same research proved that the story for females is even worse! During the diet 35% of the loss was lean tissue – originally less than for men. BUT on reading weight only 15% was lean tissue. When women lost and then readded weight, lean muscle was not completely regained – 85% of the weight regained was fat!.
Vitamin D in Mushrooms Interestingly, certain mushrooms are a source of Vitamin D. As far as I know, they are the only plant material that naturally contain it.
Effects of weight loss on serum vitamin D in postmenopausal women1–5 Caitlin Mason, Liren Xiao, Ikuyo Imayama, Catherine R Duggan, Carolyn Bain, Karen E Foster-Schubert, Angela Kong,
Vitamin D, Weight Loss Found to Be Linked BY JOYCE FRIEDEN WASHINGTON — People who are in-sufficient in vitamin D lose less weight on a low-calorie diet than do those with higher vitamin D levels, a small study has found. But whether or not the low vita-
Preventing Bone Loss and Weight Gain with Combinations of Vitamin D and Phytochemicals Ching-Yi Lai,1 Jeong-Yeh Yang,2 Srujana Rayalam,2 Mary Anne Della-Fera,2 Suresh Ambati,2
Vitamin D What is vitamin D? Vitamin D is a vitamin that is stored in your body’s fat tissue. Am I at risk for a vitamin D deficiency? • Weight loss drugs (Xenical, Orlistat, Alli)
Vitamin D is a nutrient found in some foods that is D to its active form in the body. In children, vitamin D deficiency causes rickets, where the bones become soft and bend. and weight loss. And by raising blood levels of calcium,
O Studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency may be related to an this vitamin naturally. Many foods are fortified with vitamin D, “strong bones, improved mood, even more efficient weight loss.” They report signs of vitamin D deficiency as: 1. Decreased muscle size