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These Foods Drive the Most Weight Loss for Women, Says New Study

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Keenan Mayo of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 19: It's simply a fact that eating a sustained diet rich in whole foods is the cornerstone of any successful weight-loss effort. But which of the roughly 3,097 known fruits and vegetables on the planet are the most effective at resulting in weight loss for women, specifically? According to a meta-analysis of weight-loss studies conducted by the journal Nutrients, there are clear answers.The researchers discovered that upping your intake of these beloved fruits and veggies on a regular basis is associated with long-term weight loss over the course of a four-year span. So if you want to melt fat and keep it off, be sure to stock your shopping cart with these amazing produce items right here. And for more great advice to guide you on your weight-loss journey, don't miss these totally Sneaky Weight Loss Tricks That Actually Work!

These Foods Drive the Most Weight Loss for Women, Says New Study

It's simply a fact that eating a sustained diet rich in whole foods is the cornerstone of any successful weight-loss effort. But which of the roughly 3,097 known fruits and vegetables on the planet are the most effective at resulting in weight loss for women, specifically? According to a meta-analysis of weight-loss studies conducted by the journal Nutrients, there are clear answers.

The researchers discovered that upping your intake of these beloved fruits and veggies on a regular basis is associated with long-term weight loss over the course of a four-year span. So if you want to melt fat and keep it off, be sure to stock your shopping cart with these amazing produce items right here. And for more great advice to guide you on your weight-loss journey, don't miss these totally Sneaky Weight Loss Tricks That Actually Work!

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