Thanksgiving vegetables are a great way to help you lose weight and keep it off.
And now, thanks to a new study, we’re getting better at figuring out how to make them for ourselves.
Researchers at the University of Utah looked at the impact of cooking, and then using it as a tool to lose weight.
The study, published in the journal Nutrition Research and Practice, involved eating a salad that was served in a cafeteria, with the researchers asking people to eat as much of it as they wanted for their first 24 hours.
Eating more of it led to a reduction in body weight.
And while eating more of the salad resulted in fewer calories per meal, it was also more nutritious.
The study found that those eating a few servings of the recipe ate roughly the same amount of calories per day as those who ate fewer.
So, if you want to go Paleo, eat your veggies as often as you want.
But be sure to add some protein and fiber into your diet.
And don’t forget to eat enough fat and fiber.
The Bottom Line: If you’re worried about whether you’ll be able to get your veggies in a timely fashion, then you might want to try out the Paleo Diet, a new, high-protein, low-fat, plant-based approach to weight loss.
But if you’re looking for a weight loss solution that’s a little less overwhelming, there’s no better way to go than to take the Paleo Approach.
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