Monday, March 22, 2010

A lack of vitamin D, weight loss less effective

Studies have shown that a lack of vitamin D, in vivo, which may be relatively easier to gain weight, but weight loss is relatively less effective.

U.S. researchers released a new study showed that women, if a lack of vitamin D the body susceptible to obesity. The body manufacture vitamin D is necessary for leptin. Leptin is a hormone can be controller of appetite. It will make people eat a meal resulting from the feeling in order to stop eating. If the human body continue to lower leptin levels, appetite, will become increasingly large, and thus more prone to obesity.

According to the current U.S. annual meeting of the Endocrine Medical Association published a study shows that the level of vitamin D levels are likely to affect the effectiveness of obese people lose weight, one of the key factors.

University of Minnesota team to 38 men and women were heavier than the experimental object, so that the experimenter needed to absorb fewer calories than the daily 750 calories, and vitamin D intake of addition and subtraction, adhere to lose weight 11 weeks to carry out blood testing, cross-comparison of weight-loss results, results showed a lack of vitamin D may lead to obesity. To lose weight, the control under the premise of calories, when the predecessor of 25 hydroxy vitamin D, vitamin D3 (25-hydroxycholecalciferol) in each 1ml content increased within the 1ng, the weight loss than the normal increase in the amount of 0.196kg.