Pasta Linked with Lower BMI, Less Central Obesity
To see how pasta relates to obesity, researchers analyzed the eating habits, BMI, and abdominal obesity of more than 23,000 adults across Italy. The researchers found that, after statistically correcting pasta intake for body weight, pasta intake was linked with significantly lower BMIs and central obesity (measured by waist to hip ratio, and waist and hip circumferences), even after adjusting for total calories and adherence to the Mediterranean diet.
Pasta intake was also correlated with the intake of other healthy foods, including tomatoes, onions, garlic, olive oil, seasoned cheese, typical of the Mediterranean Diet.
The article was published on July 4, 2016 on the Journal Nutrition and Diabetes
Association of pasta consumption with body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio: results from Moli-sani and INHES studies
http://www.nature.com/nutd/journal/v6/n7/full/nutd201620a.html
Nutrition & Diabetes. 2016 July 4;6:e218. (G Pounis et al.)

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