The science behind the saxenda
The saxenda is an inexpensive, calorie-dense food with no fat and zero sugar that helps weight loss.
But is it really a diet?
In a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition, researchers looked at the effects of eating the saxena a day and found that it’s not just a weight loss tool but can actually help people lose fat.
The researchers looked into the nutritional content of the fruit, which is made from a root and a vegetable.
They compared the nutritional profile of a typical diet with that of a diet that included the fruit.
The researchers found that the average diet contained 3.4 grams of fat and 2.5 grams of sugar.
However, the researchers found there was a higher intake of fiber, antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids in the diet than in the control diet.
The study also found that those eating the diet had a lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
The fruit contains more than 30 different antioxidants, which could help with weight lossThe researchers also tested the nutritional benefits of eating a diet of the diet and found the same amount of antioxidants as in the fruit did help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
The study also showed that those who ate the diet also had lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels than those who didn’t eat the diet.