What REALLY happens to your body when you eat: Different foods influence how fat is stored, reveal scans, and the ONE diet that is best for the heart and liver

Scan images reveal for the first time how weight is stored in the body, why low-fat is not always healthier and the one diet that is best.

Compared to a low-fat diet, eating Mediterranean foods with a minimal-carb intake for lunch just three times a week significantly reduces fat storage around the heart and liver, a study found.

After 18 months, adopting a diet rich in vegetables, fruit and nuts also significantly reduces people’s waist circumference, the research adds.

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