Interval chamfered is at present frequently praised as the best method for removing. But recently a study was published by researchers from the USA, which came to the conclusion that intermittent chamfered is not suitable nevertheless for weight acceptance. A scientific investigation from Germany comes however to a completely different result: Short time chamfered leads to a significant decrease of body weight and belly extent.
Interval chamfered (intermittent chamfered) is considered with many humans as one of the best methods over to decrease. How effective this chamfered form is, shows now a study from Germany: Half of the participants had decreased after four weeks up to six Kilos.
As interval chamfered different chamfering variants are called, from chamfered by the hour within a day to chamfered by the day within a week. A meanwhile proven health-promoting effect is common to all these variants, of the weight acceptance over a metabolic conversion up to the so-called autophagy, an intracellular self cleaning process, for whose comprehensive description the Japanese Yoshinori Ohsumi was distinguished 2016 with the medicine Nobel price, is called it in a current report of the technical University (TU) Berlin.
Proven health-promoting effect
Students of the TU guest student BANA (Berlin model: training for post-professional activities) now wanted to know whether eating breaks of at least 16 hours a day really do lead to weight loss – and conducted a scientific pilot study under real-life conditions. They found that half of the participants had lost up to six kilos after four weeks. The results were recently published in the journal “Ernährung & Medizin”.
“The 16:8 method is currently very popular among young adults,” says Dr. Franz-Werner Dippel, one of the authors of the study. “We wanted to examine whether interval chamfering is also suitable for older people, which has not been investigated so far.” Very importantly a pragmatic beginning for the execution of chamfered was to the research team, because crucial for the long-term success of a nourishing and/or a chamfering intervention is as low-threshold an integration possibility of the chamfering measure as possible into the everyday life, explains Dippel.
“It should not cause costs, no special expenditure represent or invasive measures contain and be able to be integrated well into the daily routine. Also we did without the collection of energy content and composition of the food as well as the documentation of the movement behavior”. During the study, parameters such as blood pressure, pulse or urine composition were also recorded.
A total of 74 subjects (54 women, 20 men) with an average age of 64.3 years, both normal and overweight persons, participated in the study. The chamfering diaries showed that at 97 per cent of all study days chamfering times of over 14 hours were reached. The weight differences lay finally between minus six to plus one kilogram. In accordance with the guidelines of the German Adiposity society a weight reduction of one to two kilograms monthly is considered as health harmless and is also from medical view of importance.
“The study result thus meets the general requirements for a successful nutritional intervention and can therefore be considered a good consumer success for the age group studied,” says Franz-Werner Dippel, who himself holds a doctorate in medical biology and has worked in industry and clinical research. He and the eight-strong team of authors of the nutrition study dealt with the topic of “inflammation” in the last of the four regular BANA semesters and examined the influence of various factors on inflammatory processes, such as sleep, stress, exercise, nutrition and fasting. (ad)
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