A new strain of a plant found in China has been shown to reduce body fat and increase health benefits, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The study suggests the plant, which is also known as dracaena, is not only a food that could boost people’s overall health, but could also help them lose weight.
The new study involved nearly 1,000 people who had been diagnosed with obesity and metabolic syndrome (MetS) and were prescribed one of three diets: a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet, a moderate-fat diet, or a low-fat-and-moderate-carb diet.
Participants on the diet group were given the plant’s extract, which was found to help in several areas.
The plant was also found to increase insulin levels, which can lead to the body’s hunger and weight gain, and decrease fat in the body.
It also showed that the plant could help people lose weight, which it did for a group of patients who were obese and had MetS.
The participants lost more than 10 pounds over the course of two months, according the study.
The study was a follow-up to a study published last year in the journal Obesity, which looked at whether the plant might help weight loss.
The findings were similar.
In the new study, researchers looked at the effect of a low fat-and high carbohydrate diet on energy intake and weight loss in a group who were treated with the plant extract.
They found that it helped the subjects maintain their weight loss, which happened at the same rate as the high-carb group.
“In the low-fiber group, the dietary intervention was associated with a significant weight loss of about 10 percent over the period of three months,” the researchers wrote.
“In the high carbohydrate group, this weight loss was associated only with about 4 percent.”
The study also found that the participants who were on the high fat diet also lost more weight than those on the moderate-carb.
The results were similar for people who were followed for six months.
“Our results indicate that the high fiber diet induced a significant reduction in weight loss among overweight and obese individuals,” the authors wrote.
“The effect was independent of the intervention, duration, type of intervention, age, and gender.
We conclude that this study provides evidence of a beneficial effect of high fiber diets for weight loss.”
The findings of the study could have implications for people with obesity, such as people who have metabolic syndrome.
A recent study published by the Journal Metabolicus found that in people with metabolic syndrome, the risk of heart disease, diabetes and certain types of cancer increased when people were fed a high fiber-and low carbohydrate diet.
Dracaena was first identified in China in the 1980s, and was used to treat a variety of illnesses, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, and psoropharyngitis.
Dracaenas roots are a common ingredient in many Chinese foods.