4 Studies Discover Best Meals To Increase Weight Loss
In a recent randomized trial, a group of German researchers, led by Dr. Marion Flechtner-Mors, found that folks consuming a high-protein diet lost over 200% as much weight as the standard-protein group despite consuming the exact same amount of calories.
That’s more than TWICE the weight loss while eating the same number of calories! 
To summarize, the higher the protein consumption contributed to more than TWICE as much the weight loss.
What this means is you don’t have to starve yourself on unhealthy low-calorie diets!
You can let The Fat Neutralizing Nutrient do the heavy lifting for you.
Journal of Nutrition researchers from the University of Illinois found that women consuming a high protein diet had a 66% better ratio of fat to lean body mass compared to the “normal” protein group consuming half as much protein. 
The group that ate the most protein lost more belly fat and maintained significantly more muscle despite consuming the exact same amount of calories.
Stop and think about that for a second…
How did the high protein group have such positive body changes when they were eating the same exact number of calories?
Usually in order to lose more body fat, you have to eat in a caloric defict, right?
Well, the researchers discovered that protein has the AWESOME powers to help aid in weight loss and burn fat.
That’s why the test group had lower body fat and more lean muscle, despite consuming the same amount of calories.
This is not an isolated finding. Another group jacked up protein to 133 grams and the results were even more profound. 
The group with the high protein diet definitely drops far more significantly than the carb group (approx. 10kg vs. 6kg).
Obviously, our own personal diets aren’t marked by a certain time frame, but if you’re planning on dieting and moving into a maintenance phase, these findings could be a good way to plan a diet that can help you lose the weight and keep it off.
In the longest term weight loss study, those who consistently followed a high protein diet lost more weight than those following a medium protein diet. 
Over the course of the study, total caloric intake dropped only ~12%, and we’re not talking outrageous levels of protein here: 21.2% of calories, or just over 100 grams/day.
After 6 months of dieting, the proportion of people who maintained big-time weight loss (over 20 pounds) was greater in the high protein group.
And at 12 and 24 months, only those in the high protein group were able to keep off 20 or more pounds.
So, as we can see from the following chart, keeping those protein levels high is actually a big plus not only for the weight loss phase, but also for maintenance.
Not bad on the protein score.
What Proteins are Best?
Essentially there are 4 different fast- and slow-acting proteins that provide your body with quality nutrition for up to 8 hours, without the insulin-spike associated with whey-protein-only products.
- Micellar Casein Protein
- Whey Protein Isolate
- Milk Protein Concentrate
- Whey Protein Concentrate