Low-fat diet can reduce the risk of death in obese people

A recent article published in the journal BMJ pointed out that most diet meals, especially low-fat diet meals, can reduce the risk of death in patients with obesity. However, researchers are not aware of these diet meals. Correlation between heart disease and cancer. The study also provided evidence that weight loss meals can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

For obese people, the risk of heart disease, certain types of cancer, type 2 diabetes, early death, and other types of illness is higher than in the normal population.

Previous studies have shown that fat reduction programs can prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes, however, there is still no evidence that diet can prevent these serious negative effects.

Recently, researchers from the University of Aberdeen in the UK analyzed data from randomized controlled trials from a previous period that included information on more than 30,000 patients in 54 clinical trials. Although the description is not sufficient, almost all clinical trials include diet meals and evidence of their ability to lose weight. The researchers found that 34 clinical trials have shown that diet can reduce the risk of premature death in adult obese people. However, diet meals have no significant reduction in the risk of heart disease and cancer in obese people.

In addition, the researchers also found it difficult to find evidence of the difference between the effect of accepting a diet meal or receiving regular exercise on the risk of premature death.

However, they believe that eating diet meals, especially low-fat and low-saturated fatty acid diet foods, can effectively reduce the risk of death in obese people without physical exercise.