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This Popular Diet Appears To Curb The Desire To Overeat

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This Popular Diet Appears To Curb The Desire To Overeat

This Popular Diet Appears To Curb The Desire To Overeat

New findings show that eating a diet largely based in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and nuts may keep people from eating unhealthy amounts of other types of food.

UPI reports that according to a new study, primates that consumed a Mediterranean diet ate less of any other available food and lost weight.

By comparison, the animals on a Western diet ate far more than they needed and gained weight.

Carol Shively is a researcher at Wake Forest University and the study's principal investigator.

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