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Recent Study Confirms that Eating a Low Calorie Diet Can Boost Your Immune System
Date:5/27/2010

Agricultural Research Service found that calorie-restricted diets, like those that are part of HCG Drops Diet plan, can improve immunity

(PRWEB) May 27, 2010 -- Are you looking to slim down for summer?

If so, losing weight might help with more than just looking better in a swimsuit this season. As it turns out, your immune system may also be enhanced by cutting back on calories.

A new study, published by ScienceDaily, found that following a very low calorie regimen, such as the one recommended by the HCG drops diet program, not only helps people lose weight but can also help boost their immune system. Researchers funded by the Agricultural Research Service studied a group of overweight adults and put them on reduced calorie diets of different amounts for six months. After the study ended, researchers tested the subjects’ immunity and found that the low calorie diet led to improvements in all measured areas.

These findings come as good news for Jon Boynton of the HCG Drops Diet company in Queen Creek, Ariz.

“We’ve gotten dozens of letters and phone calls from customers who are on the HCG drops diet program that say they have not only lost weight but that they feel better and are staying healthier,” Boynton said.

“At first, we thought it might be coincidental but now we know that there is science to back up these stories. We are thrilled to be promoting a product that helps people enhance their health in so many ways.”

The study is the first of its kind to demonstrate that a calorie reduction can help make you healthier.

***ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST***For more information about the HCG drops diet or to set up an interview with a company owner or satisfied client, please contact Jon Boynton at 480-415-7611.

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