? asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago


As the epidemic of obesity continues to rise, identifying effective dietary regimens for weight management is increasingly important. Given the magnitude of this problem and the paucity of clinical evidence, we designed a study to compare 3 hypocaloric diets of varying glycemic index and glycemic load. The primary outcome was change in body weight. The secondary outcomes included plasma glucose and serum insulin levels, a calculated insulin sensitivity score [homeostatic assessment model (HOMA),] and body composition. We hypothesized that a hypocaloric dirt with reduced glycemic load and glycemic index would result in greater sustained weight loss and metabolic improvements in obese men and women.

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  • jason
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    1 decade ago
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