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10 Scientific Facts to A Slimmer You

Get the body you want with these 10 diet facts and research discoveries.
Can't seem to shake off those excess flabs? Check out these diet facts and research findings on weight loss:

1. Read food labels

Low-fat labels don't always mean a healthy choice, so check out the food labels on the back of food products before making a purchase.
Singapore Health Promotion Board recommends reducing your total fat intake to no more than 30% of total calories, while your saturated fat intake should not exceed more than 10%.

2. Eat your carbs

In order to slim down, some people cut out all carbs. But it's not healthy to avoid an entire food group altogether - studies show that a high-protein, high-fat diet may be harmful for the kidneys. Complex carbs, like vegetables and wholegrains actually help you feel full faster, so you eat less overall.

3. Have a healthy breakfast

Several research findings have established that skipping breakfast is a risk factor for being overweight. Eating a hearty low-fat, high-fiber breakfast can actually help one lose weight. Breakfast is important for peak work performance in the mornings too.

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