A group of British researchers wondered if regularly on the scales during the holidays, any weight gain can occur. To examine this, were 136 subjects the recommended every day to look at the number that the scale said. In addition, they were given some information about the amount of physical activity that is required for traditional feestgerechten to burn. So one piece of cake translated to an average of two hours cycling. the
A second group of 136 persons received only an informational brochure to take home, without tips or recommendation on the monitor. Then they were in november weighted, just as the group that tips and recommendations. In February, there was a second weegmoment. While the first group averaged a 0.13 kg weight (!), there was in the second group was 0.37 kilogram. That is a difference of 0.5 kilograms. However, they enjoyed all of their feast(and).
What the study mainly illustrates is that consciously consume beneficial effects on the body weight. Who knows more, eat better. And the scale can be used for this, according to this study. Though there are some flaws. For example, 78 percent of the observatiegroep from women, who are obviously more conscious with their weight deal. Especially aware consume seems to be a weight gain to occur, and the scales can help.