A recent study led by John Gunstad, an assistant professor of psychology at Kent State University, suggests that weight loss leads to improved concentration and memory.
Gunstad tested attention and memory of 150 overweight people. Then 109 of those people lost a large amount of weight. Twelve weeks later,Gunstad tested all 150 of them again.
There was a significant increase in the level of concentration and memory retention in those who had lost significant weight.
"They were able to show improvements moving from the kind of mildly impaired range into the normal range, which clinically... is a pretty meaningful change," said Gunstad.
This is an interesting study from John. He has however stated that this is an ongoing research study. More discoveries will be unravel.
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The result of this research shows that you will keep out the risks of heart diseases and improve the overall performance of your brain for shedding the right proportion of weight.
This research has been tested on more than 150 persons as stated in the result above. This do not mean that it works for everyone that applies it.
Since you have been provided with the results of the research, it is now pertinent that you try it in your own life and circumstances and see if you will get the same result.
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