A new study has shown that a low-protein diet increases the chance of getting obese.
According to ETNT, citing a study published in the journal Obesity, people who do not consume enough protein for breakfast eat more high-calorie, fatty and sweet foods during the day, as well as drink more alcohol and eat fewer healthy foods such as vegetables or fruits.
According to scientists, protein foods contribute to satiety, thereby limiting excessive consumption of high-calorie, nutrient-poor foods and reducing the risk of obesity.
In addition, many people eat processed foods daily and several times a day, which leads to chronic inflammation and nutritional deficiencies. Such a food habit causes a strong craving for sugar and does not allow the body to lose excess weight.