According to the latest research, the American fast food restaurant menu indicates that the heat can only reduce the average calorie intake in the short term.

Can you help people lose weight by specifying calories in the fast food menu? The latest research says this…

According to the latest research, the American fast food restaurant menu indicates that the heat can only reduce the average calorie intake in the short term.According to the study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), researchers collected 104 retail outlets from three fast-food restaurants in Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi, USA, from April 2015 to April 2018. Year, nearly 50 million order materials.

These fast food restaurants noted the heat in the menu during the study last year. After a few months of indicating heat, the average calorie of the customer’s order was reduced by 60 calories. It is worth noting that there are 40 calories in it, with a meal from dessert. However, after one year, the average calorie reduction per meal is only 23 calories less than the calorie charge, and the effect is greatly discounted.

Studies have shown that this trend ” may be due to the customer’s initial response to new ways of notifying calories, but after a period of time, gradually no longer pay attention to calorie information .” The other two possibilities are that the customer decides to have the same calorie, but a healthier meal, or the restaurant starts to adjust the recipe to provide a low-calorie meal .Author Joshua Petimar told AFP that the study did not test either of these two possibilities.

Amelia Lake, a professor of public health nutrition at Teesside University, said, “For us, this shows that it is impossible to solve the problem by simply indicating that heat itself.” “The factors that cause obesity are complex and therefore must be Governing.”

Researchers say that although the calorie intake is not much, it is enough to help adults lose about half a kilogram after three years.Asha Kaur of the University of Oxford’s Centre for Population Approaches for Non-Communicable Disease Prevention said: “The results of this study are disappointing for some people. But small changes in calorie intake at the population level may have a real effect.”

According to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), England was classified as an obese adult by about 29% in 2019, an increase of 3% from 2016. Kaul pointed out that studies have shown that outside foods are usually not healthy at home, so indicating that calories are positive . 

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