‘Grape Nuts Nutrition’ will help you cut down on calories by 10%

Nutritional yeast and grape nuts can help you burn more calories, according to a new study.

The study published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience showed that while people in the US are eating more than twice as much protein, they’re also consuming more calories than people in other developed nations.

It looked at the dietary habits of more than 2,000 US adults aged 18 and over, and found that people in Japan and Australia were consuming roughly 20% more calories per day than people living in the UK.

It also found that, while people from the UK ate more fruits and vegetables than the US, they consumed less fat and added less salt to their diets.

But, it noted, these differences in diets may be down to other factors such as differences in how people consume their diets in different parts of the world.

The researchers used data from the Food and Nutrition Board of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to analyse the diets of more people in five different countries.

“Our results show that differences in dietary habits and diets can account for some of the differences in diet and body weight observed in the United States and other countries,” lead author Dr Michael D’Ambrosio, of the University of Arizona, said in a statement.

He said that the study also found “significant differences” in the intake of carbohydrates.

“In Japan and the United Kingdom, individuals have much higher carbohydrate intake than their counterparts in the rest of the developed world,” he said.

“However, we found that Japanese and UK individuals consumed significantly more carbohydrate than their US counterparts.”

Dr D’Amarosio said the study’s findings may have implications for people with metabolic syndrome and other risk factors, such as obesity.

“We think these findings may help explain why some individuals are more likely to experience weight gain and metabolic syndrome compared to others,” he told The Huffington Post UK.

“The key question is: how can we improve people’s diet to better support their metabolic health?”

Dr Dambrosio also suggested that nutritional yeast could be a way of reducing the amount of sugars and fats consumed.

“This is an important topic that has not been well researched yet,” he added.