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shutterstock_265274549 The grapefruit diet has been around for a few years, but only recently has it begun to be more of a promising weight loss solution. A recent study conducted by the Scripps Clinic in San Diego has yielded evidence of the benefits of grapefruit when it comes to helping you lose weight. How Does It Work? Grapefruit contains plant compounds with the ability to reduce insulin. This aids weight loss and improves results. Supporters of this diet promote this diet as one of the best around because of the minimal changes you need to make to your diet, apart from the addition of grapefruit. High insulin levels keep the body from efficiently burning fat and make you think you’re hungry more often to boot. It can get boring eating the same foods over and over again, with the majority of your recommended daily caloric intake taken up by grapefruit. Try getting used to lean proteins, black coffee, and dry toast, among a few others for your meals. Binging is likely to happen if you don’t feel satisfied with what you’re eating. Benefits of Grapefruit The grapefruit diet can reportedly reduce the occurrence of diabetes, heart disease and stroke, though experts are pushing for more research before concluding this. Those on the grapefruit diet reportedly lost an average of 3.6 pounds in 12 weeks. Adding more fruit to your diet isn’t a bad thing even if you don’t lose weight, so there are barely any risks to this diet. What We Think Losing 3.6 pounds over 12 weeks is simply not enough for anyone who wishes to jumpstart their weight loss. If losing 30 pounds in a month sounds more appealing to you, contact our Savannah clinic to get set up! Let US take care of YOU!
 

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