Higher protein diets are ideal for reducing body because they improve satiety, reduce hunger, and preserve lean body mass when losing weight.
Jourdan, C., et al. Body Fat Free Mass is Associated with the Serum Metabolite Profile in a Population-Based Study. PLoS One. 2012. 7, e40009.
Robertson, M., et al. Insulin-sensitizing effects on muscle and adipose tissue after dietary fiber intake in men and women with metabolic syndrome. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2012. Published Ahead of Print.
Loennek, J., Wilson, J., et al. Quality of Protein Intake is Inversely Related with Abdominal Fat. Nutrition and Metabolism. 2012. 9(5).
Nikoley, Richard. Resistant Starch: Now We're Getting Somewhere. 20 June 2013. Retrieved 7 January 2014. http://freetheanimal.com/2013/06/resistant-starch-now-were-getting-somewhere-and-talking-shit-too.html.
Stubbs, R., e t al. Carbohydrates, Appetite and feeding Behavior in Humans. The Journal of Nutrition. 2001. 131(10), 277755-27815.
Fried, S., et al. Regulation of Leptin Production in Humans. The Journal of Nutrition. 2000.130(12), 31275-31315.
Westman, E., et al. Low-Carbohydrate Nutrition and Metabolism. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2007. 86, 276-28