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High protein, low glycemic index diet helps keep pounds off

Low glycemic index foods include whole-grain breads or pasta. Low glycemic index foods include whole-grain breads or pasta. (Istockphoto.Com)
November 29, 2010

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The secret to weight loss is simple: Cut calories and the pounds will disappear. But keeping the weight off is far more difficult. A new study from Europe reports that people who had lost weight were less likely to regain it if they ate a diet slightly higher in protein and a little lower in simple carbohydrates than a typical ... (Full article: 876 words)

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