Subjects burned 200 additional calories on the “low glycemic index” diet than on the “low-fat” diet. The low glycemic index diet was rich in whole grains, fruits and vegetables and is designed to prevent sharp spikes in blood sugar.
Weight-loss experts who, while not involved in the research and also while acknowledging the research’s limitations, praised the study.
“It’s a small study, so I’d want to see it repeated. But I have no reason to doubt the result,” said Susan Roberts, a professor of nutrition and psychiatry at Tufts University in Boston.
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