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Foods high in water are more conducive to weight loss

Two long term studies have found that diets high in low density foods such as fruit and vegetables were more likely to result in weight loss than dense, high energy food diets. Even though the low density foods weighed more, they had fewer calories.

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About: Foods high in water are more conducive to weight loss

Date: 27 November 2004

Source: News Target Network

URL: http://www.newstarget.com/002492.html

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