Interesting"A study from the Scripps Clinic (San Diego) reported that subjects eating half a grapefruit or drinking 8 ounces of grapefruit juice three times a day while otherwise eating normally lost an average of 4 pounds in 12 weeks, with some test subjects losing more than 10 pounds without dieting. The researchers suggest the effect is likely due to grapefruit’s ability to reduce insulin levels. Try adding half a grapefruit to a few of your meals such as breakfast, lunch and preworkout."
My only concern would have been the acidity having a negative impact on tooth enamel.
And this is kind of out there, but doesn't grapefruit have high levels of CP3A4 (or something like that) enzyme? The stuff that causes a lot of meds to break down slower hence extending their half life?
Thaat's why I couldn't find the wiki page.grapefruit blocks CYP3A4 in the liver, which would normally breakdown certain drugs.
but yes, the end result is absoutely correct.
Just an fyi- grapefruit will jack up the absorption of many medications.