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Weight rebound increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases

A new America study found, rebound after losing weight and back again, would increase the risk of developing heart disease in middle-aged and elderly women.

USA Wake Forest University researchers studied on 100 obese postmenopausal women participants. The women participated in a weight loss program with a period of 5 months, the average weight loss of 25 pounds (about 11 kg). Then, the researchers conducted a one-year follow-up survey on the subjects.

The results found that, although after weight loss, blood pressure, cholesterol, triglyceride and glucose and other indicators of these women have been improved, but once the weight rebounds, the index will restore to the level before the weight loss, even higher. The researchers say weight rebound would increase the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Super Slim contributes to reducing weight through control of appetite and improvement of body fat metabolism without rebounding.

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