Some calories can lead to more harm than compared to others

Maricruz Casares
May 16, 2018

There are two types of calories good and bad, that everyone knows. But in the bad category also there are variations as well.

The study was done by 22 nutrition researchers who participated in the 2017 CrossFit Foundation Academic Conference. The new study suggests that calories from any food product are capable of getting you increased obesity and other diseases related to cardio-metabolism.

It appeared not as when using the example of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages, the researchers unanimously agreed that these beverages significantly increase cardiometabolic risk factors even compared with calorically-equal amounts of starch.

The study reveals all the calories are the same in terms of the effects they have on obesity and cardio metabolic diseases. According to the latest study, an extensive review of the science on diets was done which explains that it can cause obesity, cardiovascular diseases, and type II diabetes as well. But in their next conclusion, the nutrition researchers agreed that aspartame (artificial sweetener) did not promote weight gain in human adults. Stanhope said this might come as a surprise to most people.

"If you go on the internet and look up aspartame, the layperson would be convinced that aspartame is going to make them fat, but it's not", told Stanhope.

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Another interesting point of consensus among researchers is the role of the sugar substitute aspartame.

But, that conclusion comes with a warning. Intake of polyunsaturated fats that are found in substances like vegetable oils, nuts, reduce the risk of diseases as compared to that of the equal quantities of saturated fats.

The paper studied the significant challenges involved in the conducting and interpreting nutrition research.

"We have a long way to go to get precise answers on a lot of different nutrition issues", said Stanhope. "Nevertheless, we all agree that a healthy diet pattern consisting of minimally processed whole grains, fruit, vegetables, and healthy fats promotes health compared with the refined and palatable typical Western diet pattern".

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