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Small Nutritional Changes are a Key to Health, Weight Loss, says DSM Personalized Nutrition
Date:3/16/2010

Recent and long-term research concurs

Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) March 17, 2010 -- While some may debate whether small dietary changes should be the principle foundation for combating U.S. childhood obesity, decades of research support their positive impact on weight and health.

Does eating that extra cookie a day really mean anything to overall health? A recent New York Times article, "In Obesity Epidemic, What's One Cookie?" explained that even with initial weight gain, the cookie's calories will go towards energy for the extra body weight, and "the body adjusts and stop gaining weight over time, even if the person continues to eat the cookie."

While the body does adjust to the one cookie over time, there's still a likelihood of long-term weight gain, according to John Foreyt, Ph.D., director of the Behavioral Medicine Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine.

"Weight gain over the years is the result of continuous repeated changes in diet and lifestyle. Likewise, people making healthy nutritional choices, even small ones, over time can lose weight and positively impact their health" says Foreyt.

Research shows small changes in diet resulting in weight loss can significantly improve health, according to Ozgur Sancak, M.D., PhD, and DSM Personalized Nutrition's nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics scientist.

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