The past costume trial approaches advice and lightning campaigns are getting crazy everywhere. And in this context, the Gimbe Foundation's intervention was registered, which conducted a study based on scientific evidence
According to this study there is no better diet than the other and the use of supplements is not recommended to all. The analysis, says Nino Cartabellotta, the president of the Foundation, shows that "a balanced diet with reduced carbohydrate or fat content makes you lose weight, but you can not recommend anything especially given the small differences between the different diets." A greater weight loss effect can be achieved thanks to exercise. Vitamin and mineral supplements do not show benefits for cardiovascular disease and tumor prevention, but at the risk of certain micronutrients
According to Cartabellotta the use of supplements is not recommended during pregnancy and is often a continuous conviction based on guesswork, anecdotes and intuitions rather than scientific evidence. So for the Gimbe Foundation, we are gracious to a far west of dietary habits, but in the light of urgent debates about the effectiveness of the various systems and promotional words promising miracles, research shows that a balanced diet with reduced carbohydrate or fat content makes weight loss, but it is not possible to recommend anything especially given the small differences between different diets.