Republican nominee Donald Trump’s trademark tanning treatments are “the real deal” for those who are seeking to lose weight, according to a new study from researchers at Duke University.
The study also found that Trump’s products helped people feel healthier and happier, and it found that those who bought his products had a significant increase in energy and physical performance.
“We’ve been studying tanning for more than 20 years, and I’ve seen it all from the beginning.
And I think it’s a really valuable thing to do,” said Richard H. Steinberg, an associate professor of clinical psychology at Duke and a co-author of the study.”
I think that we’re all so obsessed with losing weight that we don’t realize how much tanning is really important to maintaining good health.”
Trump is a real dealThe study was led by Steinberg and his colleagues, who also included researchers at the University of Michigan and the University at Buffalo, both in New York.
They surveyed more than 1,000 people, asking how often they used the products and whether they used them every day.
Steinbeggers and his team found that for those people who regularly used the tanning products, the overall number of people who reported experiencing fatigue was significantly reduced by 1.6 percentage points.
That reduction was not statistically significant among those who used the treatments less frequently.
The researchers also found significant improvements in physical performance among those with tanning scars.
The amount of energy and speed that people had in running at a walking pace was reduced by nearly 6 percentage points, while their ability to perform physical tasks like walking or running increased by nearly 5 points.
They also reported a greater decrease in depression, fatigue and anxiety.
The study did not look at how much time the products were used.
But Steinberg said that his team has found that the use of the products increased as people got older.
“If you look at the data for adults over 50, the tan products were more popular among people in their 60s and 70s, so that suggests they are more effective in those age groups,” Steinberg told The Hill.
“It’s a real life example of a therapeutic strategy that may have helped people lose weight,” he added.
A new study led by a Duke professor suggests that tanning can actually help reduce depression.
The new study found that people who used tanning were less likely to have depression compared with those who did not.
The tanning treatment also seems to have some benefits for people with anxiety, Steinberg explained.
People who used a tanning product during the study had significantly lower levels of anxiety than those who didn’t.
“People who were using tanning actually had more anxiety than people who didn, so we think that may be due to tanning having a protective effect,” Steinber said.
“This may be particularly important for people who are more likely to be anxiety-prone or who have other conditions that may cause stress, such as depression,” he said.
“We really think that tannery treatments are a very powerful and effective way to reduce stress.”
Steinberg said he plans to conduct a follow-up study that looks at how people who use tanning regrow their skin, and he said that he is planning to publish more studies about the tanneries efficacy in this area.
The National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the American Cancer Society all funded the study, which was published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences.