SOURCE: Gourmet Daily

Gourmet Daily

September 17, 2015 06:30 ET

Quality Over Quantity Is What One New Diet Program Is Touting

Calorie Counting Not as Effective as Eating Healthy

OAKLAND PARK, FL--(Marketwired - Sep 17, 2015) - Gourmet Daily is the newest national diet delivery program, featured recently in a segment by Fox and Friends, and it is gaining massive popularity as it emphasizes eating quality food over eating less.

"There is a strong misconception that people can eat whatever they want as long as they eat less and workout more," says one Gourmet Daily representative. "Numerous studies say otherwise." One of these studies comes from the New England Journal of Medicine.

Changes in Diet and Lifestyle and Long-Term Weight Gain in Women and Men was a study published in 2011 that found that the "consumption of starches and refined grains may be less satiating, increasing subsequent hunger signals and total caloric intake, as compared with equivalent numbers of calories obtained from less processed, higher-fiber foods that also contain healthy fats and protein." Furthermore, it goes on to reveal that "vegetables, nuts, fruits, and whole grains were associated with less weight gain when consumption was actually increased," suggesting that these food kept subjects fuller -- longer, reducing their intake of other foods.

The moral of this story is that it is not about how much you eat but what you eat. Eating processed foods and refined grains will leave you feeling hungry sooner than eating foods that are less processed. Gourmet Daily targets foods that contain healthy fats and proteins and are high in fiber, and helping their consumers feel fuller longer. The longer that a person can stave off hunger, then the less they will eat overall.

About Gourmet Daily

Gourmet Daily is the country's leading diet delivery program that offers fresh, gourmet meals delivered directly to your door. Gourmet Daily's menu is based on a balanced nutritional formula that is proven to promote healthy weight loss and increase energy levels.

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