Published in Pharma Law Weekly, September 13th, 2005
According to recent research published in the journal Physiology and Behavior, "If intake of a required nutrient -here calcium -affects body weight, the effect must be mediated by a change in the body weight set-point. Thus, the controversial 'anti-obesity' influence of high calcium intake should decrease the body weight set-point. Diets differing in calcium content were assigned to three groups of rats."
"The effects of the diets on body weight, BMI, fat content, plasma calcium, body weight set-point, food intake, and preference for various calcium solutions were measured after 6 weeks of...
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