- Soups, shakes and bars appear a very cost-effective way to treat obesity according to University of Oxford researchers.
Scientists at Oxford University have commented on their research into a ‘total diet replacement’ (TDR) program. Obesity is a major challenge and most of the adults in the country let alone Oxfordshire are overweight if not obese.
The researchers that for every 100,000 people who were referred to a ‘total diet replacement’ plan could have avoided various medical challenges including 50 coronary heart disease events, 75 strokes, 900 cases of type 2 diabetes, and 25 cancers. The UK’s NHS recently set out a pilot programme based on a TDR diet for 5,000 people with type-2 diabetes. The idea is to help people lose weight who are not only overweight but also suffer with hypertension. The idea is that by reducing obesity it might reduce the cost burden for the NHS which is currently £6bn annually.
SlimFast Original Meal Replacement Shake Mix Powder
Meal replacement shakes should be a serious consideration for quick weight loss. Probably the best known is SlimFast’s original meal replacement shake powder mix. This product is based on their classic formulation and is packed with a tremendous variety of nutrients.
Most people attempting to reduce their weight adopt the SlimFast’s 3.2.1 Plan. It should keep you full and satisfied for at least 4 hours. A serving is usually prepared in 250 ml of skimmed milk, whipped up in a blender or a shaker cup for a few minutes before drinking. each serving contains just 15g of protein but also 23 essential vitamins and minerals. It’s important to note that this product has no added sugar. Flavour is all important and they offer a variety of flavours to fill your boots with including Blissful Banana, Cafe Latte, Caramel Temptation, Chunk Chocolate, Simply Vanilla and Summer Strawberry. It is possible to purchase their multiple pack collection of powder shakes.