How many times have you wanted to have a magic wand to solve only one problem – a few extra pounds. You’re not alone, and know that many pay attention to a healthy diet and breakfast, but hands mercilessly scales in place.
When attempting weight loss many often skip breakfast, but many studies have shown that it leads to an evening overeating. And when choosing breakfast, often you happen to be hungry for about 10 hours and then go to the nearest bakery to something ‘a little bite’ to ‘survive’ to handle.
Scientists and nutritionists in the new study showed that you oatmeal can keep fuller longer and that after such a meal eat less for lunch.
A study published in the Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism was accompanied by 36 men divided into three groups. The first group was eating breakfast porridge, cornflakes second and third skipped this meal.
Three hours after breakfast subjects were recorded as they are hungry, but also gave blood samples for analysis. During lunch were given a liquid meal, and then they told researchers that they drink as much as you need to feel fuller. The leader of the research from the New York Hospital St. Luke, Alan Gelibter, confirmed that the participants in the first group were less hungry than others, and that they ate 30 percent fewer meals for lunch.
Oatmeal has a lot more fiber than other similar foods, but also an ingredient acetaminophen, which is why scientists believe that longer stays in the stomach and makes you feel fuller for longer.