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Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited. You may not, except with our express written permission, distribute or commercially exploit the content. Nor may you transmit it or store it in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system.When you eat frozen food, you're more likely to gain weight than those who eat home-cooked meals, according to a new study from Australia's Flinders University. Published in the journal Appetite, the research, which followed more than 700 Australians for four years, found that people who ate frozen dinners three or more times a week had a 6.7 per cent increased chance of gaining weight over those who never ate frozen food. The researchers found the increased weight gain was almost entirely due to the fact that those who ate frozen food were also eating more, with a 28.7g increase in their daily food intake, on average. Over the same period the frozen-food eaters also had a slightly higher BMI, but the researchers stressed that only people who consumed more than three frozen meals a week were more likely to gain weight. "We found that the increased food intake over and above what they were already eating in a normal week was largely responsible for the increased weight gain," said lead researcher Professor Peter Capaldi. "And because they were also eating more, they were less likely to actually maintain their weight. "It's not that frozen meals are a poor choice for losing weight, but we found that if you're eating them a lot then you're not going to actually see the weight drop that you would have seen if you ate meals at home." The study also showed that men ate more frozen meals than women. The men ate an extra 2.6 frozen meals a week while women ate an extra 1.4 meals. The researchers suggest this may be because women are more likely to be in charge of family meal preparation than men. They also found that those who were more active, had lower BMIs, ate vegetables and were more likely to meet recommendations for alcohol consumption were more likely to report eating frozen meals. The researchers were also surprised to see that the most common frozen meals were pasta, dumplings and bread. They said this was surprising as the study focused on what Australians were eating, not what they might have been expecting to eat. "Pasta is a wonderful food, but it doesn't take much of a lifestyle choice to eat a meal and a

 

 

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